NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE, ENGLAND - MARCH 09: Marco Silva, Manager of Everton looks on from the touch line during the Premier League match between Newcastle United and Everton FC at St. James Park on March 09, 2019 in Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom. (Photo by Mark Runnacles/Getty Images)
NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE, ENGLAND - MARCH 09: Marco Silva, Manager of Everton looks on from the touch line during the Premier League match between Newcastle United and Everton FC at St. James Park on March 09, 2019 in Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom. (Photo by Mark Runnacles/Getty Images)

The Everton manager believes he is doing well at the English Premier League club and will still make changes to overcome the team’s obstacles.

After a very good start, Everton failed to continue showing strength and ended up getting farther down of the English Premier League table.

And for manager Marco Silva these are bad news, but he remains committed to his ideas.

“It’s not just a job,” Silva tells Sky Sports.

“I can’t just look at my position as a job. It’s my passion. It’s my desire to give this club what they deserve.”

“All of us, we know, not just in football but in life, that we cannot achieve important things without consistency. You cannot be a winner without maturity and consistency. It’s one of those things that we are missing. We have to sort it out,” he continued.

CARDIFF, WALES - FEBRUARY 26: Dominic Calvert-Lewin of Everton removes his shirt as he celebrates victory after the Premier League match between Cardiff City and Everton FC at Cardiff City Stadium on February 26, 2019 in Cardiff, United Kingdom. (Photo by Dan Mullan/Getty Images)

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The 22-year-old has been manager Marco Silva's first choice ahead of Turkey international Cenk Tosun in the English Premier League team.

“It’s a new coach, new players and new pressure.”

“Everton signed 12 or 13 players last season. This season we signed seven more. Twenty new players. Some of the players signed last season aren’t here now. Twenty months and four coaches also,” he continued.

“It’s so many changes for one football club.”

“If you play direct and go for second balls, you have one idea,” says Silva.

“I am not saying it’s better or not, but it’s a completely different idea. For our players, everything is different from what they did last season. Our idea is not one of the easiest ideas. Everything is different about the defensive process and the offensive process.”