Arsenal goalkeeper Bernd Leno to MOTD: "Of course there is big disapointment, it hurts very much but we can't feel sorry for ourselves. We have to stay positive. We have to win games to come out of this situation.
"The second goal was the key. When you concede right before half-time it's very difficult. In the second half we had a good attitude, you can see this team is alive and we want to turn it around.
"Everything is heavier, our confidence is not at the top level. We controlled the game but we didn't have too many chances.
"A lot of things are going wrong for us."
Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta to BBC Sport: "It's very similar to the last few weeks. We are trying, dominating the game but in the small moments we are losing the game.
"We lost, conceding an own goal and a set-piece. We had chances but the last shot, the last pass is not going our way. It's not an excuse, we keep believing in what we are doing.
"We need to win matches and that's not happening. The way the boys reacted in the dressing room tells me they have the belief. When you lose lots of games for different reasons it hurts a lot.
"We have to be better, it wasn't about Everton it was about us."
Everton striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin to MOTD: "It's been an up and down season for us, we had a blip in form and misfortune but we knew one win would get us in the right direction.
"Three wins on the spin now and here we are. All I knew for the goal was it took a nick off the defender, I'm just happy to be in there playing my part.
"We set up to let teams have more of the ball so I won't get as many chances as I may like but I've scored a few already this season."