MOYES: IT'S NOT OVER
David Moyes admits the Blues have still a job to do against SK Brann.
David Moyes admits entry into the last 16 of the Uefa Cup is not a foregone conclusion.
The Blues take a two-goal lead into the second leg at Goodsion against SK Brann on Thursday, courtesy of Leon Osman and Victor Anichebe.
Yet the Everton chief is urging his side they still have a job to do.
He told evertonfc.com: “I can’t lie and tell you we don’t have a chance.
“If you’d have given me 2-0 before the game I would have said fantastic but there is still 90 minutes to be played. We have seen football games turned around very quickly.
“I have got to make sure that doesn’t happen and I taking precaution telling everybody it is an important game and we have to do the job correctly.”
Last week’s victory in Norway set a club-record sixth consecutive win in Europe and Moyes is buoyed by the confidence throughout the squad for Uefa Cup matches.
“I have found in all the games we have had to make alterations,” he explained.
“They maybe small ones and not always noticeable to the eye - none more so than the first game against Metalist (Kharkiv) – by the end of the game I was mentally drained trying to make changes.