Everton manager David Moyes was coy with his praise for striker Louis Saha after the 2-1 win over Chelsea.
The French striker passed 100 league goals in England with his brace, while he also missed a penalty.
And although Moyes was pleased with Saha's contribution, he did not go overboard in his praise for the former Manchester United man.
He said: "He should have got four, not two. I gave him a slight pat on the back but not a full one."
Moyes, however, was at least impressed with the way his top goalscorer troubled John Terry throughout the match.
"Louis played really against him at Stamford Bridge and I thought he did it again," Moyes said. "I think John Terry was worried when the long ball dropped over the top and Louis took it on his chest. But John Terry is a top centre-half and if they don't want him I'll have him!"