Former Premier League midfielder Jermaine Jenas believes Everton have lost their way so much that he doesn’t even know what type of team the Toffees are anymore.
Expectations have been raised on the Blue half of Merseyside since wealthy businessmen Farhad Moshiri became the clubs majority shareholder a couple of years ago.
After replacing the universally unpopular Sam Allardyce with Portuguese coach Marco Silva and a record outlay in the transfer market in the summer, hopes were high amongst the Toffees Faithful, who aimed for a push to finish in the top six this season.
However, Everton have been on a woeful run of form in recent months and after their latest defeat – a 3-1 home loss to Wolves – Jenas revealed that he no longer sees Goodison Park as a difficult place to visit, like it was during his playing days.
“I’m not 100% sure I know what Everton are any more. Goodison Park used to be a tough place to go,” Jenas told BBC’s MOTD.
“When you’re spending a lot of money that transition period does get cut away.
“One win from the last six at home is why the fans are starting to voice their opinions and Marco Silva is definitely under a lot of pressure.”