Everton defender Michael Keane is confident that his team will overcome the obstacles facing them amid the growing disappointment of their fans.
Everton are now in 16th position after only gathering seven points from the Premier League matches.
Fans were expecting a lot from the Toffees after bringing nine new players to Goodison Park during the summer and most thought that the club would be able to challenge for a Champions League position this season.
The Toffees have also taken only one point from two of their Europa League games which now placed a tremendous pressure on Koeman.
With the downhill position by Everton, Keane is still confident that his team will be able to climb back after a couple of weeks.
“If we’d won [against Burnley] we would have been eighth or thereabouts and climbing up the table, so things can change quickly,” Keane told Everton’s official website.
“ We’ve had a bad start to the season but we’re still not too far away from where we’d want to be.
“If we put a good run together of three or four wins in a row, which we are capable of, I’m sure we’ll climb back up the table.”