Oumar Niasse has welcomed competition for places in Everton's attack following the arrival of Cenk Tosun and Theo Walcott.
Both players made their Goodison Park bow in the 1-1 draw against West Bromwich Albion on Saturday where the Senegal international rescued a point for the hosts 57 seconds after his introduction in the 69th minute.
“I am here – and every time they call on me and I get on the pitch I am going to give my best,” Niasse told EvertonTV.
“It is always good to have great players coming in. Cenk is a good player who I knew before he came here because I played against him in Turkey [for Akhisar Belediyespor against Besiktas].
“Also, we have got Theo coming in and Dominic Calvert-Lewin is here… a lot of good players.
“We need all of them, we need all of us and now it is up to the manager to decide what is going to happen for each match.”
Niasse has played majorly as a substitute this season - with just five starts in 12 league appearances.
On his contributions and goals scored for the Toffees whenever he is called upon, the 27-year-old said: “I never feel big pressure, honestly, because I know, every time, I do my job.
“I work hard, I try to give my best and that is it.
“If the goals come, or the assists come, that is great… but I do not feel any pressure.”
Everton sit in the ninth spot in the Premier League table with 28 points from 24 games.