Everton winger Arnaut Danjuma has now sent a message to fans highlighting the importance of Saturday’s point against Sheffield United.

The Toffees picked up their first point of the season in a tense 2-2 draw at Bramall Lane, and 26-year-old Danjuma was eager to point out that the travelling fans were ‘heard loud and clear’.

Sean Dyche’s side also showed a solid mentality, finding themselves 2-1 down at half-time after taking an early lead, only to find a leveller early in the second half.

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Danjuma was the equalising goalscorer for the Toffees, scoring his first Premier League goal for Everton and his second in consecutive games, after last week’s winner against Doncaster Rovers in the League Cup.

The winger took to Twitter after the 2-2 draw to emphasize the significance of such ‘progress’.

The Dutch international tweeted: “In the grand scheme, progress matters. ALL Evertonians were heard loud and clear again today, the support doesn’t go unnoticed!”

Arnaut Danjuma is proving to be a decent addition to Everton XI

With two goals in as many outings, 26-year-old Arnaut Danjuma is beginning to have a real impact after joining the Blues on a season-long loan in the summer.

Indeed, with a winning goal late on at Doncaster Rovers, followed by a second half equaliser at Bramall Lane, Danjuma is already looking to be a key member of Everton’s attack.

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Fellow new arrival Beto had another impressive game, making his Premier League debut for the Blues, with teammate Jordan Pickford insisting he offers a ‘great threat’ upfront for Sean Dyche’s side.

After failing to pick up a point or even score a goal in the opening three games of the season, a point on the road and two goals scored is a step in the right direction, and as Danjuma says, ‘progress matters’.

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