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05 October 2017

Despite his team not being on the best of form, Everton manager Ronald Koeman has stated that fans of the club can not complain about the player's attitude.

The defeat by Burnley was the team's fifth in eight matches in all competitions and left a club that spent nearly £140 million (S$254 million) in the summer languishing two points above the Premier League relegation zone.

"I'm too long in this job to lose my confidence, but yes, I'm anxious about the situation and how we can turn it around", said the Everton boss.

High-flying Burnley stunned Everton 1-0 at Goodison Park to pile the pressure on embattled manager Ronald Koeman as the Toffees slumped to their fourth loss of the Premier League season and remain dangerously close to the relegation zone. The 4 pre-qualifying UEFA games and 2 group games on Thursdays haven't helped. There is mental fatigue and seven injuries'.

After the Toffees woeful start to this Premier League, Koeman is desperate to add a striker to his squad having lost Romelu Lukaku, 24.

"We've got an experienced manager, we've got some experienced players, and they know we will come out of it". Not disappointed about the commitment and belief of the players because I think it was totally different.

However, according to the Sun, a number of senior Everton players believe the Dutchman is now just waiting for chairman Bill Kenwright and majority owner Farhad Moshiri to sack him.

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Despite spending almost £150million during the summer, Everton have scored just four Premier League goals this term and have only seven points.

Everton played in the Europa League in their mid-week fixture against Apollon Limassol and was able to manage a draw out of it. Wayne Rooney and Nikola Vlasic were the scorers for Everton.

Under-pressure Everton manager Ronald Koeman hopes the global break will provide some much-needed respite for his players.

"Of course, you like to work with the players every day to improve the team, but maybe in this situation it is good to have an global break".

"We will continue and I will try to do the best for my job".

"All the stuff and the questions are not in my hands".

'We all have tough times - and players have tough times - where you have ups and downs.

Everton vs Burnley, Premier League live score updates