The Portuguese forward joined the Toffees this summer from Italian outfit Udinese on a four-year deal.
He started three league games under Sean Dyche at the start of the season, when Dominic Calvert-Lewin was out with an injury.
The 25-year-old Portuguese has impressed the Toffees so far with his performances, but he is yet to score his first goal in the league.
Beto insisted that he got a few chances to score goals for Everton and he will keep working hard to score goals at Goodison.
The Toffees frontman feels that scoring goals is not easy but it is particularly a bit more difficult to score goals in Premier League.
“It’s difficult to score goals everywhere”, Beto laughed to Sky Italia in an interview.
“But here in the Premier League, it’s a bit more difficult.
“I’ve already had several opportunities and I have to continue like this to score.
“I’m never satisfied regardless of whether I’ve scored or not.
“I’m never satisfied but when Everton win, I’m very happy.”
The Toffees are hosting Manchester United this Sunday and Beto will be looking to make a goal contribution against the Red Devils at home.