Fellaini has been in inspirational form for Everton this season, bagging 8 goals in the league already, and helping Moyes’ men challenge for the European spots. Fellaini has already had his best goalscoring season for Everton and his performances have certainly warranted the recognition that he has received, but his focus remains on the Toffees’ results.
"I am very happy with the award but the most important thing is the team” he said. “Everybody wants to play in the Champions League, so everyone is working hard and at the end of the season we want to be in the top four.”
With the departure of Tim Cahill at the end of last season, Fellaini has taken on more of an advanced role and the 25-year old Belgian has certainly revelled in the freedom and the responsibility that he has been offered.
"At the moment, I am playing well. I try to give my maximum in every game. The manager likes it when I play in attack, so at the moment, it's good for me and the club. I've been scoring the goals and I work hard on the pitch" he added.
If Everton can keep hold of their star player then they will be well placed to end the season in the Champions’ league spots. It is hard to see Fellaini continuing his scoring run all season but his presence in the team should continue to create chances for those around him. If Moyes’ other attacking options can chip in with a few more goals then the Toffees’ will certainly take some stopping as the season goes on.