Everton boss David Moyes was delighted with Victor Anichebe in victory over Swansea City.

He praised the performance of Anichebe, as the striker found the net for the second successive game and turned in a powerful display in place of the injured Nikica Jelavic.

Anichebe's pace and physicality was a constant thorn in the side of the Swansea defence and Moyes said: "He did okay in midweek against Newcastle as well and did not get the credit he deserved for his goal and the one that should have been. We are playing with confidence and he is contributing well.

"He does not possess an awful lot of self-confidence but if he gets that and has a bit of belief he is a handful for defenders as he has a lot of attributes that are difficult to deal with in the modern game."