The Black Cats succumbed to a 1-0 home defeat to Everton on Saturday, a Wes Brown own goal securing a result that keeps bottom-placed Sunderland seven points adrift of safety with six games remaining.
|11/10||Sunderland are 11/10 with William Hill to be relegated with Norwich and Cardiff|
"I think there's something wrong in the football club and it's not an excuse. I need to find that. If I don't find it, we've got a problem," Poyet told reporters.
"I think I know what it is but no, I don't. You know, you think. It's too many times, too many things. I always say to myself 'What happened with Brucie [Steve Bruce] in the second year?', 'What happened with Martin O'Neill?', 'What happened with [Paolo] Di Canio?' and what happens with me now?'
"I don't want to get away from the responsibility because I said on Monday night I am responsible. I am the first one.
"But who is going to be next? A, B, C - you can call him anything and the club will be in the same situation. I don't like it, it's not me. I need to find the solution and whatever it is, I need to put it there."