By FOX SPORTS staff
With Everton set to take on Stevenage in the Capital One Cup on Wednesday, Martinez is likely to tinker with his squad to offer the likes of Deulofeu a first-team run-out while resting some of the club's more established stars.
19-year old Deulofeu came highly rated from La Liga champions Barcelona, but has yet to make his Premier League debut for the Toffes, though Martinez shared with The Guardian that the player's potential excited him.
"He's been frustrated so far, which I really like, for someone so young to feel they want to help the team is something you want to see as a manager," he said.
"We need to be patient with Gerard. We will see the best of him in January or February. He's an exciting winger. He takes people on and can play on both wings."
Nevertheless, the Everton boss explained the importance of easing Deulofeu into English football.
"He is the sort of player who can create something out of nothing but you need to remember that he is still very young and growing physically. It is also a big change from the way he [was] playing [at] Barcelona to adapting to the British game. It's going to take a little bit of time but straight away you can see he's got something that we haven't got in the squad," Martinez stated.
"He will be really important for us throughout the season. I have seen many crowd pleasers who do not have an end product and are not effective for the team. Gerard is a crowd pleaser with an end product."