Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo admits he's been stung by criticism during a run of two points from a possible 15.
Monday's 3-2 defeat by West Ham left Nuno's men 14th in the Premier League before they face third-bottom Fulham.
"Of course it hurts, it hurts us because we didn't perform as we wanted to," said the Portuguese boss. "The people who suffer the most is us.
"We must react ourselves and bounce back from a bad performance, not as individuals but as a squad. We are always concerned when we don't achieve what we want from our players. This is what we focus on so we can play and compete well against Fulham.
"I don't relax, I'm always trying to figure out the best way of how we want to do things and trying to find the right solutions. It's going to be tough, we face a good team. We know each match in the Premier League is tough and we must prepare ourselves."