Everton captain Seamus Coleman admits the players are floating after their 2-0 win at Liverpool.
It was their first win at Anfield since 1999.
"It means a lot to us all - we are starting to get a bunch of players in the dressing room who are not tied down with that baggage," said Coleman, the only player who was at the club the last time the Toffees beat Liverpool.
"When you have a world-class manager in the dugout, you fully believe in these games.
"Once you are part of this club, you know the history about winning here. The mindset has to change and it is not to just be beating Liverpool but being successful in our own right."