The Dutchman is under increasing pressure to turn around the club's fortunes and in his own words, Neeskens says he is committed to ensuring the club can start winning sooner rather than later.
"Of course I'm frustrated and disappointed at the bad run and that's the same for the club, players and supporters. We are all hurting. I understand the supporters' frustrations but as a coach I don't only look at the result. I look at other things and for me in that game (the 1-0 loss to Golden Arrows), there were a lot of positives, which we have to build on," he tells the club's website.
"The players who played were committed and I feel they gave 100%, but unfortunately we conceded a late penalty and that was what cost us the match.
"We have to be positive and try to come out of this situation as a team - that's my duty, the players' duty and I don't have any doubt that will come out of this," Neeskens adds.