Everton forward Kevin Mirallas claims there is plenty more to come from the Belgian international after scoring twice on his home debut.
Mirallas, 24, moved to Goodison Park from Greek side Olympiakos earlier in August and made his first appearance away at Aston Villa, which he followed up with two goals against Leyton Orient at home in the League Cup.
The Premier League club showed no mercy against their League One counterparts by netting five times in their Capital One Cup tie, with Leon Osman, Victor Anichebe and Magaye Gueye adding to the Belgian's double.
The attacker acknowledges that his home debut couldn't have gone better, but feels he still has more to offer his new club.
"I really enjoyed it and could not be happier. It was a dream debut to score two goals and was a night I will remember," Mirallas told evertonfc.com. "When you score twice you start thinking about scoring three or four but it certainly wasn't a night for frustration or being annoyed.I am very happy with how it went - it could not have gone much better.''
Due to a lack of a proper summer programme, the former Standard Liege player is still lacking match practice.
"That was only my fourth game, including my pre-season, so I am a long way from peak condition and there is a lot more to come from me. Training has been tough but I am getting there. I am not afraid of hard work. I am a hard worker myself and I know you need to put it in to get success.''
The Toffees face West Brom on Saturday in the league, with the midfielder hoping to play a part.
"As I have said, my physical condition is not perfect yet,'' Mirallas said. "I am tired after the 90 minutes. Hopefully I can play some part this weekend but the manager (David Moyes) will know when it is the right time for me to start.''