Everton star Marouane Fellaini hailed a good job well done by the Toffees after they eased to victory at Swansea on Saturday.
Fellaini scored his side's third goal as they took apart the Welsh side 3-0, with the Swans reduced to 10 men in the second half when substitute Nathan Dyer was shown a second booking.
It was a commanding display from the Merseysiders to further establish themselves as early pace-setters in the Premier League.
Belgian ace Fellaini has been key to that form and he was pleased to get three points after another superb display.
He told Sky Sports: "It was a great game, the team played well and we scored three goals so everybody's happy.
"It was a good job today by Everton."
There was controversy when Fellaini appeared to handle the ball as he provided the assist for Victor Anichebe's opener.
But asked about his part in the goal, Fellaini said: "I tried to put my head on it."
He is enjoying the attacking role he has been afforded this season and hopes Everton can maintain their good start.
"This season I play more in the front so I try to score goals in the box, and at the moment it's good for the team," he said.
"At the moment the players have good confidence and we'll try again in our next game on Tuesday to win against Leeds."