Moshiri makes statement regarding Koeman
Despite a damaging home defeat by Burnley, Ronald Koeman retains the support of majority shareholder Farhad Moshiri.
Everton invested heavily in the summer but failed to secure a replacement for departing striker Romelu Lukaku and have paid the penalty.
Having scored just four league goals so far this season, Everton have failed to match expectations. They currently sit 16th on seven points, with just one Premier League in their last five games.
After the disappointing defeat to the Clarets at Goodison Park the pressure was further increased on Koeman.
The beleaguered boss may be under fire from sections of the Everton fanbase but still has the backing of the man calling the shots, Moshiri.
'We're in a bad moment - but we have played three of the four title contenders away.
'[Burnley] was the only unexpected loss. The four pre-qualifying UEFA games and two group games on Thursdays haven't helped. There is mental fatigue and seven injuries.
'These are early days and Koeman has my total support. We have great fans they deserve better. We know the honest and objective expectations of our supporters and will not let them down.'
Koeman spoke of the spirit his side showed after the Burnley defeat.'I have experience and if you win, your life and your day is different,' he said.
'If you lose, of course it is not nice if you have two weeks in an international break and get a defeat today, but that is life and you have to accept it.
'But don't accept to sit back and wait. We will continue and I will try to do the best for my job. All the stuff and questions are not in my hands.'