"It's football. We came here with determination and our confidence was higher [after Leicester] than it was before, but we conceded two early goals".
"We dominated the start of the game in the second half". Everton is currently placed 17 on the table on 12 points after 13 games.
It took a dramatic late strike from Raheem Sterling for Pep Guardiola's men to claim the victory on Wednesday against Southampton.
He is strong in the tackle, competent in the air, and is a natural leader - three things that the Hammers are desperately bereft of in the engine room.
It is a staggering move from Everton chief Farhad Moshiri following the dismissal of Ronald Koeman six weeks ago.
"It's one of, if not the best goal I've ever scored", he told BT Sport. Meanwhile, Wayne Rooney's penalty rebounded favourably, whilst he also benefited from a poor clearance from Hart for his spectacular third.
"I think once David sorts that out and gets them organised then they'll pick up".
But Moyes, who is trying to guide West Ham out of the relegation zone since taking over a month go, believes it is too early to get carried away with City just yet.
A returning David Moyes would have been hoping his side could take the momentum they had gained from their home draw with Leicester City last Friday with them to Merseyside, however, the Hammers fell well short and were considerably off the pace.
"And I think there's been some great teams in the Premier League who have won it over the years". That accolade has to belong to Gylfi Sigurdsson, who did this against Hajduk Split in the Europa League back in August.
The Liverpool-born striker had gone 878 minutes without a goal until a sumptuous dinked effort saw him open his account for the season.
Still, it was a massive performance from one of the most talented players to don an Everton shirt this century. He was brilliant and controlled Middlefield. Looking back to the weekend, Andre Ayew narrowly missed an opportunity to win the game in the dying moments.