David Moyes admits he and players must do better as Real Sociedad slump continues
Last Updated: 07/11/15 4:26pm
Real Sociedad manager David Moyes admits he, as well as his players, must do better - but is confident of an upturn in form.
Real Sociedad suffered their sixth loss in 11 league games to Las Palmas on Friday night where they lost 2-0 at the Estadio Gran Canaria.
The defeat at Las Palmas means Sociedad are hovering above the relegation zone only on goal difference.
Speaking after the game, the former Manchester United and Everton manager said he was used to the pressure of seeing one of his teams in a bad patch of form - but admitted he must also raise his game.
"Any coach at any team in the world would be worried about this situation but I'm not worried," he said after the match.
"I'm used to it. The season is long and I have faith in the players, but they have to demonstrate their quality."
Moyes also admits that his players have to improve, as well as his own performance as a manager.
He added: "They have to do better, and so do I."
Moyes has been the subject of rumours concerning his future at Sociedad but insists his intention is to remain with la Real "until the end of the season" and that his players "are better than they showed this evening."
The Basque side face Europa League winners Sevilla and European champions Barcelona in their next two La Liga games after the international break.