Striker warning from Moyes
Everton boss David Moyes has warned fans not to expect too much too soon from new striker Steven Naismith.
That might be easier said than done after the hitman netted a first half hat-trick against AEK Athens on Wednesday as Everton won Tonny Hibbert's testimonial game at a canter. Naismith has been nursing a knee injury and he is also still getting used to his team mates so Moyes has warned against over confidence "It's always difficult for players who come in and I just don't want people to expect too much," he insisted. "He's been injured for nine months, but he's come in and made an impact in the games he's played. But it's happened with us in the past with people like Leighton Baines [and] Phil Jagielka. "It does take time to settle in so we won't be rushing him but if he continues to do what he's done tonight, we'll be delighted." Meanwhile right-back Hibbert buried a memorable second half free-kick to seal a 4-1 victory over the Greeks in an entertaining night at Goodison Park.