The Aston Villa boss is facing calls from supporters to drop the midfielder.
After seven Premier League games, Aston Villa sit 18th in the table, having won just one match - and not won in six since their season opener against newly-promoted Bournemouth.
It's not an improvement on Paul Lambert's days. So far, it's just more of the same from Tim Sherwood.
There have been positives, of course, and a number of performers did well as Liverpool beat Villa 3-2 at Anfield - with the home side being put under pressure after being two goals up on two separate occasions.
Rudy Gestede, Jordan Amavi and more all impressed the Aston Villa faithful against Liverpool. But one man didn't: Ashley Westwood.
Indeed, on Twitter after the game, there were resounding calls from supporters for Sherwood to drop the 25-year-old midfielder, with many questioning exactly what he offers when on the pitch.
Next up for Villa are Premier League clashes against Stoke City and Chelsea. Both will no doubt be vital for their manager - and many fans won't want to see Westwood in either of them, it seems. Here's how Aston Villa supporters reacted on Twitter to the midfield man's display v Liverpool...
Midfield is the problem / Westwood is the problem #avfc— Darren Russon (@RUSSON82) September 26, 2015
Out next week, Lescott and Westwood. Not convinced Richards is reliable and organised enough to be back four leader and captain....#avfc— Julian (@JB888) September 26, 2015
Negatives Westwood offering nothing again Sinclair just goes through the motion Lescott looks shaky Sherwood formation and subs naive #avfc— Suk (@suki_AVFC) September 26, 2015
I know Westwood has his fans but I just don't see what he brings to the team . He never seems to effect the game positively #AVFC— James Stokes (@Stokesey84) September 26, 2015
There is never a reason to play Westwood ahead of Veretout. Gil should start as number 10 over Grealish. Clark is better than Lescott. #avfc— Andy_avfc (@Andy__avfc) September 26, 2015
Same with Westwood staying on, Sanchez going off. How much longer b4 TS sees we are much weaker to attacks in the middle w/o Sanchez #avfc— Richard Maddison (@MaddisonGR) September 26, 2015