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 By PA Sport

Kevin Mirallas a very important player for Everton - Roberto Martinez

Everton manager Roberto Martinez has dismissed suggestions that forward Kevin Mirallas is unhappy at Goodison Park.

Mirallas, 28, has not started a league game since the opening day draw with Watford, and reports have hinted that he could look elsewhere.

The Belgium international, who joined Everton in 2012, signed a new contract until 2018 in August, and Martinez said: "I'm not surprised that there have been rumours, but nothing could be further from the truth.

"Kevin has been a very important player while I've been at the club.

"This season has been challenging for him individually because he had a couple of niggles then he had a sending-off.

"The way he's been working has been very impressive. Kevin is fresher going into the second part of the season, and we'll get the benefit of that.

"He's improved as a footballer. He is a very, very important player for Everton -- and he knows that.

"What he needs now is to get playing time because the start of the season has been frustrating for him."

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