LEIGHTON BAINES admitted Everton have unfinished business with the FA Cup after helping set-up a quarter-final tie against his former club Wigan Athletic.
David Moyes’s side will entertain the Latics on Saturday week after finally seeing off the plucky challenge of npower League One strugglers Oldham Athletic in last night’s fifth round replay.
A Kevin Mirallas strike, Baines’ penalty and Leon Osman’s 50th goal for the club put Everton in control until substitute Matt Smith pulled a goal back for the visitors.
And having been part of the Everton team that reached the final in 2009 and last season’s semi-final, Baines said: “We have got unfinished business with the FA Cup.
“We have gone close a couple of times and that has whetted our appetite.
“We want to go that bit further and win something now. We are on the right track but we have another difficult game in the next round and we need to focus on that.
“We will be favourites at home against Wigan but we have had tough games against them over the past few years but, hopefully, we will get the right result and keep the run going.
“They have just come off the back of a good win so their confidence will be up.”
Everton made light of the absence of Marouane Fellaini, who missed out with a knee injury sustained during the weekend Premier League defeat at Norwich City.