ANDONI Iraola insists “very experienced” goalkeeper Neto is “used to recovering from worse positions” after a big error led to Everton scoring at the weekend.

Neto spilled a deep Dwight McNeil cross, which allowed Beto to equalise for the Toffees at Vitality Stadium.

However, the Brazilian’s blushes were spared as Seamus Coleman turned into his own net at the other end to give Cherries a 2-1 victory.

Question marks have grown around Neto at various points throughout the season, with the 34-year-old also wasteful at times with the ball at his feet prior to Beto’s goal on Saturday.

Many fans are growing keen to see substitute keeper Mark Travers given game-time between now and the end of the season.

Asked if that was a serious consideration, or if Neto being the club’s captain is also a factor which may make it harder to drop him from the side, head coach Iraola told the Daily Echo: “No, I put the starting XI I consider gives us more chance to win the game.

“Sometimes they are difficult decisions, but I put the one I think. Sometimes I make mistakes and I regret it after 15 minutes. But it's the job of the coach.

“Neto is very experienced and luckily for him and for everyone, the mistake has not cost us points.

“I’m sure he's used to recovering from worse positions.”

Cherries welcome Crystal Palace to Vitality Stadium on Tuesday (7.45pm).