Marco Silva believes the match from West Ham will probably be turning point in Everton's season.
Everton have been in the relegation zone and head with lost their last four Premier League games each.
After the 1-0 defeat at Burnley on October 5,'' Silva explained the match against West Ham was a"must-win match for people".
When asked about that on Friday and in the event the message to the gamers was it had to be a turning point in their campaign, Silva explained:"We think it will be.
"When I used the words, it had been first because for us as a team all the games have to be must-win matches. That is the mentality we're currently trying to make.
"And that I use that since it has to be a turning point for all, since we have all the conditions to perform that, complete confidence in our players to be able to play in our arena as well, and I think that it's a fantastic beginning to the game, thinking of it just like a must-win.
"In the moment, we are not in the best minute with confidence really high, but we have to opt for this game thinking it will be a must-win game"
Silva emphasised he was in frequent touch with the club's majority shareholder Farhad Moshiri, as is"ordinary", and insisted"pressure is really great" as he encouraged his players to react to their present predicament.
He said:"Pressure for us as a professional has to be a privilege, a pleasure, because it means we're doing what we love, which we are functioning in a football club that's demanding for ourselves.
"We have to put this strain behind us every day. It is never a problem and it's something every single moment, I try to maneuver into my players.
"Stress is truly excellent. It means you're in a club that wishes to win, a club having a ambition, and it's the reality of the position.
"The dining table is not good. Our final results aren't good. We have to respond and the pressure needs to be good for us. Embracing the second is the reality within this instant. We can perform better, we could win the match."
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