Sean Dyche has applauded Beto following his arrival at Everton.

Speaking ahead of the Toffees’ clash with Sheffield United, the manager admitted he has been very impressed with the striker in his first few days at the club.

After only a week or so of negotiations, Everton landed Beto in a £26 million deal from Udinese on Tuesday.

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The forward arrives on Merseyside with an impressive goal record, netting 21 goals in Serie A over the last two seasons.

Beto joins with a lot of pressure on his back, with the 25-year-old expected to bring the goals to a squad that had failed to score in the Premier League prior to their trip to Bramall Lane.

Beto got off the mark less than half an hour into his Everton debut as he helped pull off a comeback against Doncaster Rovers in the Carabao Cup midweek.

The striker has certainly impressed in his early days with the Toffees, with Dyche praising him at Bramall Lane this afternoon.

Beto looks ‘hungry’ to score goals for Everton

Speaking on TNT Sports, Dyche said: “He looks hungry. He has an energy about him. I’m sure he will develop further. He has come in like a breath of fresh air. He seems a good type and looks like he has desire. We want that fearlessness.

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“I don’t go out to dinner with these lads but he seems like a good type. He seems like he’s got some desire and that’s a big thing. Coming into a Premier League we want that feel of enjoying what it is and taking on the challenge.”

Despite not putting the ball in the back of the net, Beto put on a stellar performance as Everton claimed a point from the Blades. The Portuguese forward won the corner that led to Abdoulaye Doucoure’s opener and looked like a constant threat in the box.

While they still wait for their first win of the campaign, supporters will be feeling a lot more assured by today’s performance.