The former Toffees striker was handed the caretaker reins following the sacking of Marco Silva and he got off to the flawless start by lifting the club out of the bottom three.
"We always knew they were going to have a go and they've got good players, they're just in a slightly false position for whatever reason", he said.
"As a Red now I can't deny I was pleased to see Everton win just for Duncan Ferguson!"
"Things haven't gone Everton's way under Silva, but they are a team of scrappers, and I see them battling their way to three points".
"We want the best guys in the world managing this football club, but this was an incredible experience for me, an unbelievable experience I'll never forget".
Moyes has grew to turn into down the choice to take over at other golf equipment as he has held out for a return to the Premier League. "It's one game. It's one result".
Chelsea boss Frank Lampard was dismayed by his side's awful defending in their 3-1 defeat at Everton.
The ball reached substitute Tom Davies, who struggled to control it, but it eventually fell for Calvert-Lewin, who bundled home, sending Ferguson charging down the touchline, celebrating with the ballboys.
Coleman has already missed Everton's last two games with a rib injury while Delph hasn't featured for the Toffees since their draw with Tottenham a month ago due to a hamstring problem and both will sit out the visit of Chelsea tomorrow.
Equally fast and effective football nearly delivered a second goal for the Brazilian soon after but the striker just failed to get on the end of Theo Walcott's cross.
Everton has fired manager Marco Silva, a day after losing 5-2 at Merseyside rival Liverpool to slip into the relegation zone in the Premier League.
Dominic Calvert-Lewin capitalised on defensive haplessness to make it 2-0 early in the second half and, although Mateo Kovacic's first league goal for Chelsea offered the visitors encouragement, Everton managed to seal the points late on - their English forward getting a second.
But Chelsea responded quickly, with Kovacic stroking in a volley with his right foot in the 52nd minute, beating the dive of England goalkeeper Jordan Pickford.
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