"I have my own standards, with or without the armband, but it is a big honour to captain this club at any level and I am very proud to do it in the Premier League", Coleman said.
"But really we deserved these three points". He was unable to find the target with any of his three shots on goal and struggled to link the play in Southampton's new shape.
"But it was not just him. They all did really well".
Everton got their first win of the campaign after seeing off Southampton at Goodison Park.
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"Disappointed to have to come off with a hamstring issue though". We will see in the next few days.
Everton aspire to be back in European competitions next year and that's where away trips become even more hard but the Toffees have completed good business this summer by drafting in the likes of Richarlison and Yerry Mina, the latter of whom Michael Owen told BetVictor he expects to make his debut on Saturday - and they will need the Colombia global to immediately settle into the rigours of the Premier League.
The second half was made an unnecessarily nervy affair, however, by the concession of a goal eight minutes into the second half, one which owed to horrendous defending that allowed Danny Ings to convert unmarked from in front of goal.
With two goal in their opening game against Wolves, they picked up where they left off by adding another two; and in truth, they could've had more. "We have a lot of things to improve on but I'm happy, and the players have to be happy as well".
Former Liverpool defender Lawrenson had the kindest words to say about the Toffees when making his weekly predictions for the BBC, praising Everton supporters for always contributing a superb atmosphere whatever the game or the occasion - and he expects the stands to be rocking for Silva's first game in charge.
"We don't want to be in a position where we're fighting for our lives in the last five or six games of the season, like we were last season, because we know this club and this group of players deserve better".