Everton's Muhamed Besic believes that he can become the 'perfect player' if given time to impress in the starting line-up.
The Bosnian arrived at Goodison Park this summer from Hungarian side Ferencváros in a £4 million transfer and he has shown glimpses of the ability which convinced Roberto Martinez to bring him to Merseyside.
Although Besic, himself, admits that he is still adjusting to a major step-up in quality he feels he can prove his quality in the future.
"I have to learn more things because I am still young, so sometimes I make stupid mistakes," he said to the club's official site. "But I think when I play more I’ll become the perfect player.
“I’m enjoying myself because I came from a small league and now I’m on the big stage. I enjoy every game and always give my best.
“Also, when I sometimes don’t play, I still keep giving my best.”
Besic's ability came to the fore last night as Everton beat Queens Park Rangers in Premier League action.
The 22-year-old was particularly combative in the centre of the pitch and he played an unsung role in his team's triumph.
Protecting the back four, he broke up a number of QPR attacks and looked perfectly comfortable coping with the physicality of the Premier League.
Besic will be looking to continue to play to this standard to ensure that his side can climb the table in the coming weeks.
Everton have made a slow start the season, but last night's victory pushed them into the top half and they will now be hoping to close the gap on the top six over the Christmas period.