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Moyes keen to bring in silverware

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Everton manager David Moyes would like nothing better than to wake up on Wednesday morning - the day of his 10th anniversary at the club - having won the Merseyside derby.

But while that may give him short-term gratification, which has been in short supply for him in clashes against their near-neighbours, what he really craves is success on a bigger scale. The red half of the city may have ended their six-year trophy drought with a Carling Cup triumph last month, but Moyes is still waiting for his first piece of silverware.

"I'm the first person to say I've not won anything so I don't need other people to tell me," said Moyes, whose side are one match away from a Wembley FA Cup semi-final. "I am ambitious and still driven to try to succeed and as long as I have got that I will try to do it."

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