Dominic Calvert-Lewin wants Everton to quickly move onto their next match after their 1-0 win over West Ham United at the London Stadium on Sunday.
The Blues kept their hopes of securing European qualification at the end of the term alive as the striker scored in the first-half, latching onto Ben Godfrey's brilliant through-ball before finding the far corner.
There was tireless work all over the pitch for Carlo Ancelotti's side this weekend, including for Richarlison and Calvert-Lewin at the top end of the pitch.
And the striker revealed that Everton knew they would be able to get at their opponents in behind, and praised his teammates for their hard work.
The England international told Sky Sports: "Yeah absolutely, it was a tough shift.
"We went 1-0 up and we had a few chances but we mainly sat behind the ball and dug in, worked hard and come away with the three points.
"It wasn't pretty today, but I think for the effort we put in we deserved the points in the end.
"It was determination, hard work, sticking together. That's what got us the three points.
"We knew that we'd be able to expose them in behind. When Richy's shown to feet, I've just timed it perfectly.
"We've been working on that in training, and Godders has put the perfect weight on the pass. Then it was just a touch and finish."
Scoring the only goal of the game wasn't enough to win man-of-the-match for Calvert-Lewin, however - who jokingly took issue with Allan receiving the award from Sky Sports!
The striker also opened up on his form in London and how comfortable he feels playing in the city.
The 24-year-old added: "I hear Allan got man of the match, not sure how he's managed that over me!"
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"I just feel free down here you know, you get off the train and smell the air - it's quite nice! It's a change of scenery and I just enjoy playing down here."
Calvert-Lewin is keen for Everton to now quickly move on from this result.
He believes it's not about gaining momentum, it's about approaching the remaining four matches of the term with the right attitude to make sure they can secure European football.
"Every game is getting more important from now until the end of the season," Calvert-Lewin remarked.
"It's just important that we keep believing, going into every game and playing to win - because we have to if we want to finish where we want to finish.
"I don't want to keep saying the same things and say, 'yeah this has given us momentum', because we've gone into games with momentum and not taken points from them.
"For me, it's about wiping this one clean. It's done, we've taken three points and now we move on to the next one with the same intensity at and attitude.
"The previous games don't matter now, we've got to win each one coming up."