West Ham United boss Avram Grant is confident results will turn for the better for his team.
Grant's start with the Hammers has been disastrous.
But he says: "I have been coaching since I was 18. In three years I will have been doing it for 40 years. I don't know any other life than being under pressure.
"When you're coaching the youth team you want to win and are under pressure. Then you come to the Premier League, then top clubs and the national team.
"West Ham are a good project. Even though we have zero points I am very confident in what we are doing and I still believe we can do the right things for the club.
"But it is a pressure I live with all my life. I don't know any other life. Maybe one day I will try."