Ronald Koeman was pleased with Everton's 1-0 win over Stoke, but says there is still much more to come from his side.
Saturday's victory at Goodison Park was settled by Shay Given's own goal -- Leighton Baines' penalty rebounded off the post and the goalkeeper -- after Phil Bardsley was penalised for tangling with Ashley Williams.
The result made it seven points from a possible nine for the Toffees, who now sit second, and gave them their best start to a Premier League season in 10 years.
Ronald Koeman registered his first home Premier League win as Everton manager but required the assistance of a Shay Given own goal from a Leighton Baines penalty to achieve it.
The defender's second-half spot-kick rebounded back off the post and the Stoke goalkeeper to secure a 1-0 win which should, on the balance of play, have been far more comfortable.
Nevertheless the victory gave Everton their best start to a season since 2006 and ensured the renewed positivity at Goodison Park continues to...