Louis was quick to thanks Bainsey and Billy whose terrific work down the left flank set up a few of his goals, and he even let off referee Kevin Friend who messed when denying Everton a half time lead when he blew up too early, which cost Louis what may have been a five goal haul.
King Louis said: 'I said to my wife before the start that this was our biggest game of the season.
Sure it is nice to play well against Chelsea and Arsenal but if you lose it does nothing for you.
But today against Blackpool, with all due respect, we knew it was an opportunity to get points and get going and we have done what we needed to do.
It is nice that the manager is pleased with me and it is nice to hear praise. But without my teammates it is no goals for me today. They work hard to create chances and when the manager says that, he also knows it is Bilyaletdinov and Baines who have helped me score the goals.
It is a pleasure to score. But it would have been a pity had I scored the goals and we didn't win which is the main thing, and it was really important to get the result.
I am glad I did well but as a footballer the target is to be consistent and I would love to score four in the next four games and help the team get some wins.
It was hard to take. The referee did not see it our way. He blew it very quickly. If he saw Seamus was going to cross it he could have waited. The game is too quick for referees sometimes and they are under pressure to make decisions - today it was bad for us.'
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