Everton winger Kevin Miralles says his life is better at Everton under new manager Roberto Martinez than it was under previous boss David Moyes.
Miralles claims that Everton are playing more like a Spanish side, which the Belgian international prefers.
"The major change for me is the language change because I speak Spanish," he told Sky Sports.
"Although, I did enjoy playing under David Moyes because he is a good manager, but Roberto is different because of the Spanish style of football'.
Kevin Miralles scored his first league goal of the season at the weekend in a 2-1 win over Hull City at Goodison Park - a win which saw Everton get back to winning ways after defeat to title favourites Manchester City.
Miralles has had a reasonable start to the season, but this is not reflected in the number of goals he has scored but more so in the chances he has created.
The Belgian winger has managed to create 13 chances for his Everton team-mates, with three of this chances being converted into goals.
Miralles himself has also declared he feels more confident playing under Martinez which can only be a good thing for Everton.
He continued: "Everyday I have spoken with him and it has helped my confidence. I feel I am more consistent now. I play better and better."
It does certainly look like Martinez is capable of getting the best out of Kevin Miralles.
If Everton can continue to push to get the best out of Miralles and utilise the likes of Ross Barkley, Romelu Lukaku and Steven Pienaar, who returned from injury at the weekend, then Everton could be a threat this season for many a team.
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