Sam Allardyce was briefly seen as a saviour at Everton when he took over from Ronald Koeman in November.
The experienced coach managed to steer the Merseyside outfit away from the relegation zone, but in recent weeks, results have gone downhill.
In their last 11 Premier League fixtures, the Toffees have picked up just two victories and at the weekend, it was another miserable result as the club were beaten 2-1 by Burnley at Turf Moor.
As well as losing the encounter, Everton defender Ashley Williams was sent off in the 86th minute and the club dropped to 11th in the standings.
A large number of fans have been calling for Allardyce to be sacked, but with just nine top-flight matches left to play before the season comes to an end, former striker Kevin Campbell thinks that no changes will be made to the coaching staff.
The retired footballer, who spent six years playing for Everton during his career, made the assumption during a Twitter conversation with a fan, who suggested that the club could move for Marco Silva.
They could yet can’t see anything happening until the summer!
— Kevin Campbell (@1kevincampbell) March 3, 2018