Everton fans do not want to write off Sandro Ramirez just yet, despite his difficult start to life at Goodison Park.
Sandro was brought in from Malaga in the summer transfer window, and there was great excitement to see the Spaniard in action.
The young forward appeared to be one of the brightest prospects in Spain, and was believed to have the capabilities to be a star on Merseyside.
However, Sandro has struggled badly since moving to Everton and already slipped way down the pecking order.
However, Everton fans are keen for Sam Allardyce to give the prospect more game time, in the hope that he will come good.
More time. Can't judge a player based on a handful of appearances most of which were in a team that couldn't string two passes together at time.— Terry McAllister (@terrymcallister) January 3, 2018
Supporters need to stop being so knee-jerk. Imagine De Bruyne, Salah and Lukaku were written off after a few poor games in England?
Should be given Moore time! Think he will be top class once he has adapted..... question is If we have that time to give him.....??— Helge Grunnevåg (@HelgeGrunnevag) January 3, 2018
He is only a young lad, hasnt had much of a chance, also coming from spain, he needs to settle in, no I think we should persevere.— Patricia Rimmer (@PatriciaRimmer) January 3, 2018
Much more time. If we let him go, you can bet he'll become a superstar!— Rich EFC (@Tuchanpenzance) January 3, 2018
Definitely needs more time. The lads not been given a real go and just because he had a few off games seems to have been discarded.— Daz (@BluDazza70) January 3, 2018
Give him time to adapt. He’s obviously struggling but I think he could be a great striker.— Chris Williams (@CWill911) January 3, 2018
Never given a chance, the lad needs game time just like Klassen, think both will come good but again they need game time.— wayne shearer (@WayneShearer) January 3, 2018
More time. He hasn't been given a fair shot at it yet and he scored a good goal in one of his few chances a little while back, but then straight back out of the team. I'd keep him.— Brett (@blueboynumber9) January 4, 2018
More time. Be nice if we played him when we have a team that can keep the ball on the deck. He isnt a target man.— Darren Higgs (@dazrx8) January 3, 2018
Sandro has scored just once in 15 games for Everton in total, across all competitions.
At the moment the former Barcelona man is behind Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Oumar Niasse in the race for a starting place at Everton.