A convincing 3-0 triumph at Goodison Park provided a major boost to Everton's hopes of securing a spot in next season's Champions League, lifting Martinez's men to within a point of fourth-placed Arsenal with a game in hand.
While goalscorer Romelu Lukaku played a prominent role, the likes of John Stones, early first half substitute Ross Barkley and James McCarthy also impressed as Everton made it six league wins in a row.
"First and foremost you need to see that the dressing room allows young players to take responsibility and allows them to grow," the Spaniard said. "[Sunday's] result just reflects the high standards these players have on the training ground.
"John Stones at 19, Romelu Lukaku at 20, Ross Barkley at 20, James McCarthy at 23 - these players showed an incredible composure and tactical awareness [against Arsenal]. I think it was a really good memory for everyone at Everton and everyone should be very, very proud of that performance."
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