Everton"s Tim Cahill wants to win FA Cup

Now let's win the Cup! Cahill targets Wembley glory after replay win

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21:55 GMT, 27 March 2012

Everton striker Tim Cahill hailed his side's FA Cup quarter-final win at Sunderland and said he hoped it would lead to some overdue success for his side.

Nikica Jelavic opened the scoring in the 24th minute and David Moyes' men booked a Wembley semi-final against Liverpool when David Vaughan scored an own goal in the 57th minute.

Aussie rules: Tim Cahill wants Everton to pull out all the stops to win the FA Cup

Aussie rules: Tim Cahill wants Everton to pull out all the stops to win the FA Cup

Cahill told ITV1: 'Regardless of Liverpool I think it was all about us today. The manager knows what we're capable of and it's about time we did something like this, and hopefully we're going to move forward.'

Cahill, who has found the net only twice himself this season, hailed the impact of Jelavic, adding: 'He's changed a lot of our games – he's someone who can hold the ball up and score goals. It helps a hell of a lot.'

Captain Phil Neville also singled out Jelavic for praise, saying: 'We've struggled to score goals this season but he's sticking them in the back of the net for us.

'I thought it was a fantastic performance. When you come to an away ground you want to play with no fear and I think we did that tonight. The boys were fantastic with the work ethic they put in and the goalscorer up front.'