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David Moyes is confident Everton striker Louis Saha will soon be back scoring goals after picking up an injury.
The France international has been in red-hot form for the Toffees with eight goals in his last six games and four coming last weekend in the thrilling victory at home to Blackpool.
However, Saha has now been ruled out of Sunday's game against Bolton after picking up a hamstring injury.
But Moyes is adamant the 32-year-old can bounce back once he gets over his latest injury.
He said: "Louis has a hamstring injury which will keep him out for between 10 and 14 days.
"I don't think this injury will affect his confidence though.
"Injuries are part of the game and I'm sure he will get over this one.
"Jermaine Beckford scored a really good goal last week and we have alternatives."
Meanwhile, Jack Rodwell is facing a month on the sidelines with a groin problem after picking up the injury for England Under-21s on Tuesday.
Moyes said: "Jack will probably be out for about five weeks.
"You can understand why many managers don't put their players out for internationals.
"But I give my players out because I want them to develop."
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