Everton No2 Duncan Ferguson knows victory on Saturday against Liverpool can be a watershed moment for the club.
Ferguson is aware of how far-reaching the impact of a first derby win in 10 years could be.
"Let me tell you, the people involved love Liverpool," he told the Daily Mail.
"We love the city. I think it's great that Carlo and Jurgen Klopp live here now. It gives both clubs a connection with the fans and the people in the area. Every club should have connection to the past — definitely.
"We have got to give something back to the community and the area. We've had a good start but let's not start all jumping around. If we beat Liverpool — which I believe we can — we will have good momentum and I think people will take a bit of notice of us. At the moment it is only a start."