That's debateable, even his best is marginal to how Coleman's been this season. Coleman's just set a high bar in the past. He should still be out as soon as Coleman's fit again both for his infuence on and off the park. And several people have said that (maybe not with Kenny) Coleman should be replaced at the grand old age of 29 as he's getting over the hill.
I am a huge fan of Coleman, he's a top player and epitomises everything great about Everton from years gone by; passion, hard work and a never say die attitude However, we do need to look at replacing in the summer, he'll be 31 this time next year and we don't want to be in a similar position to the one we found ourselves in with Baines. Finding another rb who can offer what he does will be no easy feat and I think we landed on our feet with digne replacing Baines. How Coleman comes back from his recent injury troubles will decide his fate I suppose.
Kenny has done admirably in deputising for Coleman, however he is a long way off being a premier league player.