Everton manager Sam Allardyce has said that it will take time to rebuild the club.
The Toffees suffered their first loss under the veteran tactician as they fell to a 2-1 defeat against Bournemouth on Saturday.
Prior to the arrival of Allardyce, the Toffees were playing a poor brand of football this season under former boss Ronald Koeman and interim manager David Unsworth.
One of the major reasons cited for why the Toffees have been underwhelming this season is because they failed to find a replacement for RomeluLukaku who was their top scorer from last season.
They are however expected to complete the signing of Turkish forward CenkTosun over the coming days.
When asked if the club can play to the level that he desires, Allardyce said: “The start of next season when it’s all been sorted out in the summer.
“There’s a lot to sort out, a lot to do and a lot to find out about the players, so we’ll have to talk about it with the owners and the board and see where we go and what we do.”