The Toffees won 3-1 against Brighton and Hove Albion at Goodison Park on Saturday afternoon, with the Colombian being handed his debut for his new club as a substitute in that match.
He slid towards the Gwladys Street cupping his ears and - as he says - went "a little bit mad" but he has every right to celebrate scoring his first goal back, and he has every right to remind those who claimed he was "finished" that there is life in the old dog yet. "It's a shame to concede the goal we did to let them back in the game but I thought we controlled most of the game and I think it's a fair result".
"I was out injured for a year", said Coleman, who broke his leg on global duty with Republic of Ireland in March 2017. It's not the first time that he has made one and it won't be the last. It's not against the fans because that night in January is something which will stay with me for a long time.
"I'm really satisfied. I'm sure it was our best performance at home this season".
Chris Hughton's side will be more confident of their capabilities on the road now and they did have back-to-back away wins around this time past year, but it looks hard for them to bottle up Everton or match them on the scoring front.
Victory moves Everton up to ninth in the table, while Brighton are 12th - enjoying a three-point cushion between themselves and West Ham United in 13th.
"We scored three goals and could have had more".
"The only thing I didn't like was the corner [for Brighton's goal]".
"I am a person who is very capable of taking it on the chin and knowing when I am not good enough". When we planned and worked on those moments through the week, we knew they are strong in those situations. "It's something we have to keep working on".
The Seagulls went into the game on the back of three successive wins and clean sheets in the league, but were well beaten at Goodison Park.
"We were away from home and up against a team that I think will push for the top six", he said.
"You have to accept that, they've got good players".