Dan Turner’s second-half brace helped the Blue Girls onto a 5-1 win against London Bees at the Select Security Stadium.
The win keeps Everton in second place at this early stage in the season and three points behind top of the table Bristol City.
Despite the win, Turner still sees plenty of room for improvement ahead of their next game against Aston Villa.
“Overall we’re happy with the three points in the end but in the first half we were extremely poor to be honest as we didn’t get a lot of basics right.
“During the week we talked a lot about communication and fine detail but we weren’t even getting the basics of communication right in the first half.”
Andy Spence’s side scored shortly after the break which was a repeat of the match against Watford last weekend.
“I don’t know what it is but we seem to take a while to get out of the blocks and that’s something we need to address. We need to be firing straight away in the first half.
“He (Andy Spence) was disappointed at half-time as we all were so needed to respond in the second half with that.
“There’s still a lot more to come from us. It was nowhere near the performance we know we can show.”
When the team did get into their stride they executed some great passing play which led to dangerous opportunities.
“We’ve been working a lot on combination play and being decisive in the final third with our movement and combinations so it’s pleasing because maybe last year we wouldn’t have gone on to get the extra goals.
“First and foremost it’s a team effort and we want to get as many goals as possible as goal difference could be vital at the end of the season but individually I’ll be looking to contribute as well as I can.”