Everton claimed a sixth win from nine away games this season as Michael Keane's late header earned them a 2-1 victory at Wolverhampton Wanderers to move them into fourth spot in the Premier League on Tuesday.
Wolves had looked the more likely winners in a boring second half but Keane's towering header in the 77th minute sealed maximum points for Carlo Ancelotti's side.
Wolves has now won just once in eight league games since striker Raul Jimenez fractured his skull in a match at Arsenal at the end of November.
It was a fifth win in six top-flight games for Everton and came without injured 14-goal top scorer Dominic Calvert-Lewin, out with a hamstring issue, to leave Ancelotti pleased with their response.
Everton against Wolverhampton [PHOTO CREDIT: @Everton] Before finally scoring in Tuesday night's clash, the last time Iwobi scored in the Premier League was in September 2019 and interestingly it was also against Wolves but that time, Everton were playing at Goodison Park.
The Nigerian worldwide was on target in the sixth minute off an assist from Lucas Digne as he coolly finished Digne's pass into the bottom corner to give Carlo Ancelotti's side an early lead at the Molineux. Young left-back Rayan Ait-Nouri created the goal, reaching the byline before putting it on a plate for Neves.
Iwobi should have done better and it was the final chance of an entertaining first half, despite the game failing to build on the early drama.
Andre Gomes worked space on the left and his teasing cross was powered in at the far post by the England defender.
Neves' free-kick then clipped the bar with five minutes to go but Wolves could not find a leveller.