David Moyes claims Everton's performances remain good despite their bad results - but would happily see the situation reversed.
Moyes' inconsistent side have slipped back since an encouraging win at Manchester City on December 20, drawing at struggling West Ham and losing to Stoke.
The Toffees have laboured for little reward all season and have won just four of their 20 Barclays Premier League games.
Moyes said: "We're anxious, I think the crowd are anxious. They're not happy with the way we are playing, which is totally understandable.
"I'm not that unhappy with the style or the way we are trying to play. If anyone said that I would have to question it.
"But we are not winning. A lot of teams are not playing well but winning. In a lot of games I'm seeing the best team isn't always winning."