Martinez brushes aside former side on the march towards Wembley.
Everton beat Swansea City in the FA Cup fifth round 3-1 to book their place in the quarter-finals for the second year running.
Roberto Martinez is looking to win the competition in successive years after guiding Wigan Athletic to an unlikely victory in 2013 and the side will have taken confidence from this result.
Goals from debutant Lucina Traore, Steven Naismith and Leighton Baines were enough to brush the Swans aside as Jonathan De Guzman found the net for the visitors.
It didn’t take long for the scoring to start at Goodison Park as Traore found the net just four minutes into his Toffees debut, as Sylvain Distin kept a cool head in a crowded box to pick out the striker who beat Gerhard Tremmel with a clever flick.
However, just 11 minutes later the visitors were back in the match as De Guzman got on the end of a cross from Neil Taylor to score a rare header.
Swansea boss Garry Monk had been criticised before the game for fielding a weaker side, but with the scores level at 1-1 at half-time it seemed to be working.
Yet midway through the second half Martinez made some changes and Naismith was brought on to replace Traore and immediately made an impact.
Left-back Taylor made a terrible mistake trying to pass the ball back to Tremmel and the Scotland international capitalised and found the net.
Shortley afterwards Naismith broke into the box again and a clumsy challenge from Ashley Richards resulted in a penalty, which Baines converted to make it 3-1.
Martinez’s men will now face the winner of Arsenal v Liverpool in the quarter-finals, with the potential of course for a Merseyside derby.