Mirallas’s Belgian counterpart Fellaini netted both Everton goals at Fulham, taking him to five for the season.
It is the 24-year-old’s best streak since scoring four times in seven league games during his debut season in 2008-09.
And Mirallas added: “We know he’s a really vital player for us and let’s hope this excellent form continues.
“When it comes to the big vital games he’s always there and we can rely on him to come up with a big performance.
“You only had to look at his second goal at Fulham on Saturday – he basically made it and scored it all on his own. It was a fantastic effort. It’s four years now that he’s been here and I think in that time you can see how much he’s come on as a player, he’s really made good progress. He’s about to turn 25, so I think he’s still got plenty of chance to improve even more.”
Meanwhile, Everton supporters will be able to buy Half Season Tickets from Monday, November 12.
The 10-match package begins with the visit of Chelsea on Sunday, December 30 and includes the visit of Manchester City and the final home game of the season against West Ham United.
The “fiver a game” offer made available to children under 11 with the 2012-13 Season Ticket continues, with the price for a Half Season Ticket only £50.
Prices for juniors (under 16) have been frozen and start at £99, while adults can buy a Half Season Ticket from £289.
To purchase the offer, visit evertonfc.com/eticketing, call 0871 663 1878 or buy from the Goodison Box Office or the Everton Two store in Liverpool One.