Everton coach Ancelotti said in an interview that he fully trusts Pickford and will not sign a new goalkeeper.
After Everton's 5-2 victory over Fleetwood in the third round of the League Cup, Pickford was criticized for losing two goals. In this regard, Ancelotti said: "He has a good start this season. Many people's eyes are on him, but I am honest. He played a wonderful game against Tottenham. That game. He showed his level in the game, and I don’t think his level has dropped since then. He could perform better in the game against Fleetwood."
"When he made a mistake, I was the first person to point out his mistake, because he must understand his own problems, but I don’t always focus on him like the outside world. To me, he is an excellent Goalkeeper, he can do better in the game against Fleetwood, but the defenders can also do better. That's it, I trust him completely."
Everton’s substitute goalkeepers are Virgenia and Rossel, and Ancelotti has no plans to sign in a new goalkeeper. He said: "Virginia and Rosell did a good job. They are both professional and have a good relationship with Pickford. As the No. 2 and No. 3 goalkeepers, they gave Pickford appropriate pressure."