Diniyar Bilyaletdinov is eager to score more goals for Everton after his first for the club secured a 1-1 draw at home to Wolves.
The Russian winger has been quick to make an impact at Goodison Park since joining the club before the close of the transfer window from Lokomotiv Moscow.
He opened his account for the Toffees on Saturday as his late tap-in from Jo's cross prevented a surprise defeat by Wolves.
Bilyaletdinov enjoyed breaking his duck for Everton and is now keen to reward the Goodison faithful with more goals in the future.
"It's just the beginning and I want to score more goals and create more moments because it's my job on the pitch," Bilyaletdinov told the Liverpool Echo.
"I like the emotions in that stadium. People are crying, people are smiling, it's very interesting for me and it is very energising for when you play there.
"Without their backing and screaming, maybe we wouldn't have scored. I thank the fans for that noise."
However, despite grabbing an important equaliser against Wolves, Bilyaletdinov was disappointed not to convert a chance earlier in the game.
He added: "I am really disappointed because I should have scored when it was 0-0.
"If I had scored that then maybe we would have won 2-0. It's why I am not so happy that I did score."