Wayne Rooney is "upbeat" in the wake of scoring on his second presentation for Everton, with the striker's arrival to the club precisely what he needs to start appreciating football once more, as per colleague Morgan Schneiderlin.
The England all and Manchester United all time scorer found the net with a plunging shot from 30 yards out in Thursday's inviting win over Kenyan side Gor Mahia to revive his record for the club subsequent to finishing a move from Manchester United.
The untouched United and England record goalscorer had dropped out of support for club and nation preceding his arrival to childhood club Everton and Schneiderlin says the move is the thing that the 31-year-old expected to reignite his profession.
"I don't have to show him as a player, he has one serious part of characteristics," Rooney's previous United partner Schneiderlin disclosed to Everton's site.
"He is somebody who simply needs to discover the delight to play football again week in and week out, as was the situation with me. Ideally he will do that and discover his cadence.
"You could see all over when he touched base at the preparation ground, when he began preparing, he's upbeat again and he will make the most of his football