Steven Pienaar's future likely to be high on the agenda with David Moyes during the Summer. The Everton manager has already said he wants to bring Peanuts from Spurs to Goodison Pak permanently. Pienaar had tear filled eyes as he spoke on the pitch after the 3-1 win over Newcastle.
Pienaar said: "For me it was important to finish the way I started with a goal and helping the team to a victory. The supporters deserved this.
"The second half of the season the guys were fantastic. I'm just glad I was part of it and we'll see what will happen in the future.
"I think it went well. I'm pleased with myself don't forget I didn't play much in first half of the season and the only way I could pay the manager and the supporters was by performing. I think I did well.
"For the next few months Everton fans will be the pride of Liverpool. That is important to us. We lost in the semi-final, put it behind us and made sure we kept going till the last game.
"It's hard. The first time I left I didn't say goodbye, and this time around it's a bit sad. We'll see what happens in the summer.
"I just want to say thanks to the supporters from day one. I really appreciated it."
On twitter @therealstevenpi said: "Wana thank all the Everton supporters for making me feel at home was a very sad day for me yesterday."
then he tweeted: "The last few months was the best months in my entire career."
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