The ceiling here. on ambition may have been broken, but it is still firmly capped over their finances and they do not boast the money to compete with their rivals in the transfer market. Therefore, the Spaniard will be praying that he can keep hold of his star players Baines, Barkley and Lukaku, for instance without any of them succumbing to injury or, for those contracted to the club, serious transfer bids. Whilst the money would undoubtedly be reinvested, the best thing for Martinez right now is to keep this set of players browse together to continue their title assault. Any money that is available will need to be spent very carefully, with Evertonians hoping Martinez can again pick some cheap diamonds in the rough as he has already done with Lukaku and Deulofeu. Another striker would be ideal to ease the goal burden on the Belgian, workouts particularly with Nikica Jelavics departure from the club, yet it is questionable who they would be able to afford that would provide the sufficient quality yet its not an impossible acquisition to be found. Whilst the belief at Everton is certainly there right now, Martinez will surely be striving to claim more victories. Whilst they have done fantastically well to make themselves so difficult to beat, they have also struggled at times to kill off games, and this has seen them with eight draws the second highest in the league and double any other team in the top 7. Converting some of these draws into wins will add a priceless additional two points: besides, a win and a loss is worth more points than two draws, so they will surely be looking to add build on their attacking instincts. Unfortunately for Everton, the relative size of both their squad and budget makes their title assault the most daunting of all the top 7.