Everton manager Roberto Martinez stated in a recent press conference that he does not expect Leon Osman to miss action due to the eye injury he suffered in the Toffees defeat of Arsenal over the weekend.
Everton's important clash with Tottenham Hotspur did not finish as hoped, as they came away empty handed in a 1-0 defeat.
Leon Osman celebrated his 300th Premier League appearance in style by scoring the opening goal of the game and later providing an assist as he helped steer Everton to a 4-1 victory over Fulham.
Coming on at the hour mark to replace Ross Barkley, Everton midfielder Leon Osman was the catalyst Roberto Martinez needed, as he provided a goal and an assist to account for the Toffee's scores, resulting in a 0-2 victory against Aston Villa.
Everton has announced M Leon Osman signed an extended contract that runs through 2015.