Arsenal's Eddie Nketiah speaking to BBC Sport: "It was a very entertaining game. We probably did not want it as open as it was. I think we did well to defend. It was interesting for the fans to watch. We are just happy that we ground out the win and get the three points. Games are coming thick and fast be we are recovering well and we all want to give it our all when we step on the pitch. The mentality is there to see on the pitch. I am happy to be a threat on the pitch, hopefully I can get more goals. The team want to continue to win."
On two under-21s creating Arsenal’s first goal: "It makes us very happy and proud. We are all working really hard. We have a good understanding, I have been working with Saka for some time and I knew he was just going to whip it in so I just had to run and get on the end of it."
On Arteta: "He is great. He is showing us that if you work hard in training it does not matter how old you are, he will give yoy the chance. It’s about working hard each day and improving each game.
Everton manager Carlo Ancelloti speaking to BBC Match of the Day: “There was a good performance in front. We were good coming from the back, we had some good chances. Defensively, we were terrible. We have improve. There were three goals we could have avoided. It was too easy for Arsenal to score three goals.
“We had a lot of opportunities at the end of the game to equalise and we did not get it. We are working, we believe in what we are doing. Today was a step down. We need to refocus. We need to re-balance. We did one part good but we did one part bad.”
On the early Arsenal goal in the second half: “At half-time we focused on the defensive and then after one minute the players did not listen to me. We then went on to try and attack.”
On Dominic Calvert-Lewin: "He is doing well but he is not enough. If he wants to be a top striker, he has to work more hard, focus hard, work more. He is doing well but he has to have the game to be focused all the time."