Marouane Fellaini has been named the Premier League player of the month for November. It is hard to argue against the award and despite missing the Norwich game through suspension, the Belgium has been in blistering form.
Fellaini speaking on Everton TV was quick to praise his teammates
“I’m happy but if I didn’t have my teammates I wouldn’t be player of the month.
“For me, the most important thing is victory with the team. I hope the club continues like this.
“I have played here for five years now and it is the first time we are in the top four. I hope the team stays there.
“If you lose two games you can drop down the table. If we win this week and at West Ham we will stay in the top four.
“My team-mates are also in good form. We have won some games and drawn against some of the big teams. It’s been good for the team.”