'It seems to be going alright, we've scored a few goals since so I think we'll stick with it'.
Barkley featured for Everton in the Premier League match against Tottenham away from home at White Hart Lane in North London.
Harry Kane's sumptuous strike from range gave the Lily Whites the lead, as the England frontman completed his brace early in the second half, taking his league tally to a chart-topping 19 for the season.
"I wanted that third goal and I had chances which I should have scored".
Romelu Lukaku pulled one back for Everton with nine minutes to go but Dele Alli restored Spurs' two-goal advantage in injury time.
Kane is very much considered hot property around the world of football, but with five years still on his contract at Spurs many will be hoping he stays at the club for and beyond the foreseeable future.
Although it was a clinical finish from the Belgian, the regret for Everton was that he only managed one other shot all afternoon.
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Since then, the goal have just kept flowing, netting 18 last season from his 37 games - already matching that incredible feat this season, with 11 games to play.
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It earned Spurs a ninth home win in succession in the competition, lifted them to within seven points of leaders Chelsea and, for Pochettino, underlined that they are destined for further garlands.
Asked if it took them a while to practice, Alli said: 'Nah, it's quite complicated but I think we got the hang of it straight away'.
"It's fantastic to make history with our supporters", said Pochettino.
The Argentine celebrated wildly as Tottenham's goals went in and berated his team at times too - a sign of the high standards he has set since arriving from Southampton in 2014.