Everton is struggling this season and they sit just one position above the relegation zone at this time. And the club head coach Frank Lampard has told fans why they should not worry about the relegation threat this season.
According to the Daily Mail, Lampard has assured fans that he will fight with his players in the remaining games to make sure the club plays Premier League next season. Lampard said that there were more positives to take from yesterday's defeat which is a good sign of them coming back to winning ways.
Lampard revealed that he was satisfied with the chances the club creates yesterday claiming it is difficult to do so against West Ham United. And he insisted that if they will perform that way in the coming fixtures, then things will change and be out of relegation.
"We created enough chances and it's not easy to create against West Ham so there are things we can be positive and happy about.'Not the result, but we've got 10 more games and if we carry on in that vein things will turn and we will be OK."
Lampard finishing the season out of relegation will be a big achievement for him as a manager given the performance Everton has been giving every week since the start of tue campaign.
And we will wait to see if the English former midfielder will help Everton remain in tue league as the end of the season nears.
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