Everton splashed around £30m to recruit the services of Michael Keane from Burnley this summer and the 24-year-old will surely have to play a big part if the Toffees are to finish in the top four during the upcoming campaign.
He said: "I've settled in well. All the lads are really nice and the staff have welcomed me too.
"I knew a few of them previously with England, so it's been good to get to know everyone away in Tanzania where you spend longer together.
"We've got Holland next week and I'm looking forward to that. So far it's been great. Training has been good, the lads have all been good with me, so I can't ask for much more."