To view this documentclick here. The England international planted home a header from Jermain Defoe's cross to hand us a 2-0 lead in the 63rd minute at the Lane. Mido had earlier opened the scoring but Jermaine's goal just about did for a stubborn Everton outfit currently struggling for goals.
"Jermaine's scored his first goal for us now and I think there'll be a lot coming from him as he's a big talent," said Head Coach Martin.
"It's always difficult when you go to a new club." test
Last season we had 16 or 17 new players come to the club and more again this summer, a lot of young players in that as well
"He needs confidence as he's a young player. All my players are playing with confidence and if there is a lack of it we'll build them up.
"He got an assist and a goal and he will only get better and better.
"He will be a big player in the future and that is to our advantage. I think he's very talented, an attacking midfield player although two weeks ago at Charlton I took him off and brought Teemu Tainio on and he did the same job. He's another very good player and they will have to fight for their place."
Martin Jol believes Jermaine Jenas will 'get better and better' after the midfielder's first goal for us clinched victory against Everton on Saturday. Great header !!!! Fran and Steve came on and scored 2 more goals!!!!!