Rondon was brought to the Hawthorns during the summer transfer window, and he has made a big initial impression on the squad.
Although the Venezuelan may not have found his goalscoring groove yet, his Baggies teammates have still all appreciated his contribution to matches.
“All the lads love him,” Myhill said. “You just have to watch the way he plays, he is tireless - it suits the way we play.
“He is getting his chances and hopefully he can start sticking some away because it is the reward he deserves for the hard work he puts in for us.
“He is a great player and done really well for us.”
Rondon has become Tony Pulis’ first choice to lead the line at West Brom, with both Rickie Lambert and Saido Berahino being handed peripheral roles.
Rondon has played 14 times for the Baggies since arriving, but during those contests he has only hit the back of the net three times.
The 26-year-old has not scored in any of his last four matches for Albion, but his value was shown in Pulis’s side’s latest match.
Rondon was a constant threat against Tottenham Hotspur, and his performance helped the team pick up an important point in the fixture.