Have a look at when he scored those goals
Was it when he was getting a bit of a run of games? I think you'll find it was.
I'm basing my knowledge of him on seeing him develop since he was 15 and seeing his ability
Have a look at the goals he has scored. Have a look at him and his movement when he's on the pitch. He is head and shoulders above his mate Anichebe and the game which they both started 2 seasons ago showed that when Vaughan was just getting into his stride again, and Victor had had a good run in the first team.
Vaughan was showing Victor where to run, he was telling him what his movement should be - and he was right.
The boy will get goals if he can stay fit and is given a run in the first team.
I do agree with you that he's far superior to Anichebe.
He's 21 now, not 15..... that's a hell of a long time in a footballers' development. He's not finished by any means, but he needs a run of games just to prove his fitness though, which is what the whole Derby loan spell was supposed to be for. Only he got injured!
I can understand what Moyes is thinking is - the loan spells in the lower league did Osman (who had long spells out injured as a youngster himself before became established) the world of good, and prepared him properly for the Premier League. A similar experience for Vaughan could do him a lot of good. Say he went back to Derby, and had a good 5 months, steered clear of injury, got a run in the side and scored 5 to 10 goals (not an unreasonable target), then he'd be ready to come back, have a good pre-season and be ready for us. In an ideal world.
I'd love Vaughan to do well for us - seems a good lad, took guts to take the penalty in the semi and I've seen his dad at many Everton away games over the past few years.