Newton's method is an ubiquitous tool to solve equations, both in the archimedean and non-archimedean settings - - for which it does not really differ. Broyden was the instigator of what is called "quasi-Newton methods". These methods use an iteration step where one does not need to compute a complete Jacobian matrix nor its inverse. We provide an adaptation of Broyden's method in a general non-archimedean setting, compatible with the lack of inner product, and study its Q and R convergence. We prove that our adapted method converges at least Q-linearly and R-superlinearly with R-order [EQUATION] in dimension m. Numerical data are provided.