Alex Iwobi appreciates the support he's received from Everton's fans.
Alongside with his current form, there was a costly error in the Blues' loss to West Ham United last month. But, after being told of the reaction from many Evertonians to stand up for him despite the mistake, he admitted he doesn't allow himself to dwell on those moments.
He told the club's official matchday programme: "Really? I didn't know...that's good. I might have been criticised in the past.
"The mistake was so annoying. I was enjoying the game, I felt I was doing well and creating chances. Then that little slip cost us a point, maybe three points.
"But you can't dwell over these little moments, you can't stay too high or too low, because the next game comes so quickly.
"I have normally been the first one dragged off. Now, the manager has faith in my ability to run for 90 minutes, to give the same level of effort for the whole game.
"It is nice when I look over and se it's not my number. I think, I have another five or ten minutes, at least, to keep battling for the team, to help us win, or come back for a draw, like against Leicester in the last home game.