Hughes targets top 10 ahead of Everton trip

The Britannia Stadium club picked up their first win in nine league games last Saturday by beating Sunderland 2-0, lifting them to 14th in the English top flight, and Hughes hopes that the result can prove a catalyst for an upturn in form.

They travel to an Everton side who are yet to be beaten at home in the league in 2013 this Saturday, although the Stoke boss sees no reason why they cannot get a result.

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