Leighton Baines believes there is more to come from Jermaine Beckford now he is up and running.
The Everton striker finally opened his Premier League goal account on Wednesday when he lashed home a late leveller against Bolton.
Former Leeds man Beckford has been forced to bide his time since moving to Goodison Park as a free agent over the summer, with David Moyes reluctant to throw him in at the deep end.
Baines, though, insists the 26-year-old has looked the business in training and was not surprised by the quality of his strike against the Trotters.
The full-back is now tipping Beckford to showcase his true ability in the top flight, with Moyes' patient approach set to pay dividends.
"It's great for Becks to get off the mark in the Premier League like that and he'll feel really good for it," Baines told the Liverpool Echo.
"He's been doing it very regularly in training and he always looks sharp.
"He was thrust in a bit at the beginning of the season because we were short on numbers and now the manager will be able to do it how he wanted, bringing him on gradually, and he's proved he can be a valuable asset for the club with goals like that."