The 31 year old former Wigan man scored his first of the season to rescue a point for Everton after he had already set up Ross Barkley’s earlier equaliser in his cameo appearances as sub.
Now, the striker wants to get on with the business of playing football, and is looking to put his injury worries behind him.
“I am very happy for this goal,” Kone said.
“I was injured for a long time – it was very bad for my career.
“Now I am feeling a lot better.
“My confidence is better and I want to have better performances for the team.
“For me, in my position as a forward, I want to score more goals, but I don’t have any targets.
“I am very happy for my performance and for the team. For me, it was important to get a point and [we will try] to do better in the next game.”
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