Everton coach Marco Silva insists that his work is safe despite having won only three of the last 12 Premier League games.
The Toffees were whistled after the 3-1 defeat by the Wolves on Saturday, a result that followed a 3-2 defeat of the FA Cup against Millwall and a close 1-0 win over Huddersfield, a confrontation in which Lucas Digne was shown red.
Regardless, Silva does not feel pressured despite the plethora of managerial changes Everton has suffered in recent times, after speaking directly with the club's majority shareholder, Farhad Moshiri.
"Feeling safe is something I've felt since the first day I arrived here," said Silva.
"It's normal [meeting Moshiri face to face]. When we have the chance to meet, we do it; when not, let's talk on the phone.
"For Everton, it's not new, this kind of situation: for the last three seasons here at Everton, almost every month, it's something that is not new."
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