Tim Cahill is confident Everton will come good this season despite their inconsistent form so far.
After a run of six defeats in seven matches in all competitions, the Toffees eased relegation fears with back-to-back league wins over Wolves and Bolton.
But a 1-0 home defeat by Stoke on Sunday brought that run to an end and next up is Arsenal away.
The fixture compilers handed Everton a tough autumn with games against Manchester United, Manchester City, Liverpool and Chelsea.
But Cahill insists he has seen it all before in his eight-year spell at Goodison Park.
"The run of games was always going to be difficult," the 32-year-old said.
"You can see how well teams like Swansea have stepped up but it is such a long season and there is still 30 games to go.
"I'm pretty sure there is going to be loads more to talk about from now until the end of the season.
"For me and the club it is about being consistent and maintaining that and trying to see where we finish.
"We nearly always come good all the time so it is more about taking it one game at a time and making sure we stay focused on what is important and that is basically getting results - whether it is a draw or a win.
"With our squad and the team we have got we are doing pretty well."