Moyes unfazed by Toffees' woes

26 September 2010 10:07
David Moyes remained stoical after Everton sank to the foot of the Premier League following a goalless draw with Fulham on Saturday.[LNB] The Toffees secured a point from a lifeless match at Craven Cottage but still went bottom after West Ham defeat Tottenham.[LNB]It ended a miserable week for Moyes, who saw his side dumped out of the Carling Cup by Brentford in midweek.[LNB]"It's one way up now. Someone has to be bottom and it's us at this present time," said Moyes.[LNB]"I don't think we look like a bottom-of-the-league team but we are so we have to get out of it. It's up to us to put it right.[LNB]"We just have to keep doing what we're doing. We'll keep playing.[LNB]"There was no lack of confidence from us against Fulham. We tried to do the right things.[LNB]"The spirit's good. The players are all together and are all working for the cause to get a result.[LNB]"My belief is that we have a really good team. That's never changed."[LNB]Everton, who must wait another week for their first Premier League win of the campaign, controlled the match but failed to make the crucial breakthrough with Yakubu missing a late sitter.[LNB]Strikers Louis Saha and Victor Anichebe are injured and Moyes lamented their absence.[LNB]"We had lots of possession and we created more chances than Fulham," he said.[LNB]"We had some opportunities later on and one or two in the first half.[LNB]"I can't come away saying we played badly though maybe we didn't create enough chances.[LNB]"We're lacking in real firepower but you'd have to say we had the best chances in the game but couldn't take them.[LNB]"There's a lack of belief in front of goal. Nothing's going in and we can't even deflect one in at the moment."[LNB]Tim Cahill started after two matches out with a knee injury and Moyes was pleased with his contribution.[LNB]"Cahill has a bad knee and he did very well to play for us today. We always knew it would be bit of a gamble," he said.[LNB]"He wanted to play and we didn't know how long we'd get out of him. To get an hour was quite good."[LNB]Fulham manager Mark Hughes, whose side remain unbeaten in the Premier League, does not expect Everton to be propping up the table for long.[LNB]"Everton showed today that they're in a false position and it's clear they're a very good side," said Hughes.[LNB]"They're at the wrong end of the table but I don't anticipate that lasting for long.[LNB]"In most of the games I've seen of them on video and TV they've played well and had impact. They've been unlucky not to get more points.[LNB]"They probably just need a win to get them going again. I'd imagine no one in the Everton camp is too concerned."[LNB]

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