I don't know about you but I have always preferred it when Marouane Fellaini plays further forward. He seems to give too many fouls away when he plays that holding role.
Also you sense that he enjoys his game more when he is pushed forward. Felli has admitted that he loves playing the role especially after the dramatic draw against Man Utd.
David Moyes believes that could be his long term position. What a prospect for Felli and Jela to become to be a twin strike force.
Moyesy said: "Marouane is probably seen as more of a defensive midfield player. But he's far better when he's joining in and getting forward because he can do a bit of everything.
"He plays for Belgium as one of a three-man midfield. For us, we've tended to play with two midfield players and one ahead. In the main, that has been Tim.
"But I've always known that Marouane can do that job. We had just been looking at the right time to do that."
"Marouane's performance against Manchester United was excellent, but I thought he has been in near enough all games," he said.
"He's been needing to add a goal or two to his game because when he first came he got 10, I think.
"He just needs to add a little bit more and his goal against United, his all-round play, even his setting up for the fourth goal for Steven would have given him a lot of confidence.
"It's difficult to put him into any one box. He's got a goal in him, he does get forward and causes problems, but he's also very good at breaking the game up and doing other things. He's quite good at both jobs."
"You can see Marouane's enjoyed his football much more in the last three or four months," said the Everton boss.
"Young players mature. The decisions you make as a young player are sometimes different than when you get a bit older.
"His form has been good. He's been getting us a couple of goals in recent games, and long may that continue."
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