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"David Moyes has refuted suggestions that his side have little to play for in the remaining four league games.


Defeat on Saturday to Tottenham seemingly reduced the chances of the Blues' late charge for Europe ending in success.


But Moyes insists he will not tolerate anything other than 100% commitment over the coming games.


He said: "We are paid well and it is a great club to play for.


"So if anybody was like that, then they would soon be found out and we wouldnt have it, so we have got a job to do right to the end of the season."


The Goodison chief has set his sights on achieving a first for his side since the Premiership began.


"We want to finish as high up the league as we can," said Moyes, "If we can finish in the top ten it would be the first time in Evertons history that we have finished back to back season in the top ten so that has got to be something we try to do."


With a trip to Stamford Bridge on Easter Monday, the boss was keen to see how his players performed against Chelsea, who would virtually secure the title with a win.


"We have been involved in some games like that over the years," recalled the boss. "


"We have had Arsenal a couple of times and Manchester United, so hopefully we can go there and put in a real good performance.


"That is what we are interested in now, seeing what the players are made of."



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