Koeman is beneath force along with his facet 14th in the Premier League and suffering in Europe.
Everton had been booed off after being held to a 2-2 draw at house through Cypriot minnows Apollon Limassol in the Europa League on Thursday.
They did achieve a carry – and climb out of the ground 3 – through beating Bournemouth 2-1 ultimate Saturday, however the manager has admitted his workforce are quick on self belief.
Koeman’s facet want a house win over Burnley in the Premier League on Sunday to ease the rising sense of disaster at Goodison Park going into the world wreck.
And the boss is adamant that he still has complete trust in himself to show their season round.
He mentioned: “I am too long in this job to lose my confidence. Yes, I am worried about how we turn this situation round but I have enough confidence to be the same manager I was for the last six or seven years, and I was successful.”
Koeman mentioned he had no argument with the fanatics booing after Hector Yuste’s past due equaliser on Thursday gave Apollon Limassol a level and left Everton backside of Europa League Group E after two video games.
“I respect every opinion of Everton fans,” he mentioned. “It’s simple to fortify a workforce when they’re profitable. It’s tougher when they don’t seem to be.
“But that is in each and every position, in each and every membership. The fanatics are allowed to react and be pissed off. I was once pissed off the day before today. That is customary.”
Koeman might be with out defenders Phil Jagielka and Michael Keane as soon as once more for the consult with of Burnley.
Keane has overlooked the ultimate two fits with a foot harm, whilst membership captain Jagielka has a hamstring drawback.
But Wayne Rooney is to be had to play regardless of desiring painkillers to get thru Thursday’s fit after destructive his wrist right through a first-half fall – as scans have proven no fracture.