West Ham United midfielder Kieron Dyer insists there's no need for panic after a poor start to the season.
Saturday's 3-0 defeat at Manchester United was just his ninth top-flight start since joining West Ham in the summer of 2007.
And although it was the club's third successive defeat since the start of the season, Dyer is confident they can haul themselves off the foot of the table after the international break.
"Man United away is not going to determine how our season goes, but it's another 3-0 loss, he told his club's official website.
"It would have been good to get some kind of result just to get the confidence up.
"Obviously, last season was a massive struggle but, where I'm coming from, for me personally, I'm just buzzing to play football again.
"We've got two weeks now and they've got to get the confidence from somewhere because when we do click and we do get it together, we are not a bad team."