South African hopeful of a victory at St Andrew's...
The Toffees have had a miserable start to the season and are the only team not to have won a league game, as they are currently placed last in the table.
With their strikers misfiring, the South African believes that one goal could mark the beginning of a comeback.
Everton play Birmingham City at St Andrew's on Saturday, and according to the Liverpool Daily Post, Pienaar said: "We went into the game at Fulham [0-0] with clear heads and it was a big improvement on the Newcastle [1-0 loss] game.
"We knew we let people down in that game and we did not show enough character.
"But we showed last week that we can play if we have 100 per cent focus – we are just lacking a goal at the moment. We have to build on the last game and make sure we play with the same confidence and with a bit more sharpness in front of goal we can win there.
"We all know Birmingham are a good team at home. They are well organised and the manager has them playing as a unit. It will be hard for us, but if we stick to our own game and play well then hopefully we can get the three points."