Frank Lampard has insisted he has not “hunted” for reassurances about his place from the Everton board after a return of only one level from 5 video games has left them within the relegation zone.
Lampard’s future has come below scrutiny after Everton misplaced 4-1 at residence to Brighton, which means they’ve a lone victory in 11 matches in all competitions, and the previous Chelsea supervisor stated he has had “private conversations” with the membership’s powerbrokers.
But he didn’t ask them for his or her backing, explaining: “I have never and will never seek reassurances. My job is to focus on the job in hand. I don’t need reassurances. I come to work to try and improve every day. I am not hunting around for reassurances.”
Lampard helped save Everton from the drop final season however they now discover themselves 18th within the desk and the 44-year-old is adamant he desires to remain and attempt to maintain them up.
“I am not silly, we need results to stay in the league,” he stated. “Whatever the challenges, I face them head on. I want to be a success here.”
Everton have had a strategic overview to handle underlying issues on the membership and Lampard added: “I would be superman to be in charge of every department, they are not my roles.”
Lampard takes Everton to Manchester United within the FA Cup on Friday with out right-back Nathan Patterson for six weeks after he suffered a medial ligament harm. “It is a blow and a freak one,” Lampard added.
He will make a late choice whether or not to start out with striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin, who’s fatigued after starting their final two video games.