"Obviously it was nice to get the second goal, it gave us confidence going into the last 30 minutes". At Everton, he has immediately found a way to include Rooney and Sigurdsson together, the players in his squad most likely to perform the spectacular, and tonight changed the flow of the game by bringing on Tom Davies for Morgan Schneiderlin.
"The nature of the second goal - it is a wonderful goal from Sigurdsson - but we were too open and it came from our own corner".
The £45million signing has endured a hard start to life at Goodison Park but here, repaid a chunk of his large fee with a stunning strike in a fine comeback for Sam Allardyce's side.
The latest win lifts Everton up to ninth - an incredible turnaround since the dark days of Ronald Koeman's reign.
"Top half, I think", Allardyce said, when asked what his aims were for the rest of the season.
"I watched the West Ham game after I was appointed and we won 4-0 and that got us off to a good start".
Allardyce called for calm after Everton's revival continued. Delivering 13 points from a possible 15 is an outstanding feat from where we came from and what position we were in. "We are a team that comes back from 1-0 down to win and that shows the character".
"And that was maybe missing before I got here".
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But it was in front only for 12 minutes, Dominic Calvert-Lewin marking his new contract with a goal, profiting from a rebound after Lukasz Fabianski had superbly saved Wayne Rooney's penalty, awarded for Roque Mesa's clumsy challenge on Aaron Lennon.
Fabianski at least kept the score down by denying Calvert-Lewin his second with five minutes to go, but another defeat leaves Swansea four points from safety and in the doldrums, while Everton climbed a place to ninth. - Rooney has failed to score with 10 of his 33 Premier League penalty kicks overall, with only Alan Shearer failing to convert more (11 of 67). "Frustrating missing the first one, so I put my foot through it". I feel good and fit.
"From a tactical point of view, I've simplified the game and I'm man-managing the players".
However, there was plenty of that aimed at former Swans defender Ashley Williams five minutes later when he lost Fer at a corner and the unmarked midfielder stabbed home Carroll's inswinging corner from four yards.
With three minutes remaining in the first half, Martin Olsson nearly doubled Swansea's lead after rifling a shot from distance which went inches past the post.
"The mood in the dressing room is very flat", Swansea manager Paul Clement told the BBC. "Hopefully over the Christmas period we can pick up a few more wins".
"I'm clearly disappointed with the result - again".