Seamus Coleman has admitted there have been games recently where Everton have been nowhere near good enough.
Sunday’s defeat at Southampton meant Everton have won just once in eight Premier League games and Coleman is keen to put things right on the pitch.
Speaking to evertontv, Coleman said: “The way things are going at the minute, we just want to get out there and put things right. We have to do this kind of interview – it is protocol – but at the end of the day, you can say all of the right things but you have to go out and do it on the pitch.
“It is going to be a tough game against Manchester United, but we have to go out and perform and do so for 90 minutes – not for 45.
“We can take confidence from the home record. The home form has been good. If we beat United on Sunday, we go above them in the league.
“We have to look forward, do the right things and when we come off that pitch we have to be able to look in the mirror. There have been some games recently where we have been nowhere near good enough. We may have played well in spells but we need to do it over the 90 minutes.”