Marco Silva has admitted that he is ‘not happy’ with Everton’s recent performances, following their FA Cup embarrassment to Millwall on Saturday.
The Toffees were expected to be a club on the up following the heavy investment from Farhad Moshiri in the summer, who brought Marco Silva in to play football more befitting of ‘the Everton way’.
However, despite a few good results and performances, it has been a disappointing season so far overall, with the Toffees languishing in 11th place in the Premier League, 14 points off the top six places that they are keen to break into.
With the Blues being dumped out of the FA Cup to struggling Championship side Millwall, and with some fans getting disgruntled at Silva’s tenure at the club, the Portuguese has admitted that he is also disappointed by his side’s recent performances.
“In October, November, when we were playing well and doing what is our obligation as club, I told you many, many things we had to improve,” he told the media ahead of this weekend’s trip to face Huddersfield.
“I am not happy with the last month and a half, but I am not panicking.
“We as a club cannot panic. Even if we are not happy, even if the fans are disappointed.
“I am also, but I am not panicking because we as a club cannot panic if we want to do the right things in the future.”