Bayern Munich coach Jurgen Klinsmann has vowed to crack down on the complacency that has undermined his side's below-par start to the season.
Klinsmann has already come under fire just two months into his reign following successive Bundesliga defeats to Werder Bremen and Hannover.
But the former Germany coach remains convinced that he is the right man to bring success to the Allianz Arena.
"In every Bundesliga game, even against Bremen, Hannover and Bochum, we had enough chances to win easily," he claimed.
"I intend to crack down on complacency and work on our consistency.
"We can still hit all our targets. We're through in the DFB Cup, we're top of our Champions League group and, in the Bundesliga, we fortunately have enough games to put things right step by step - although we obviously need more determination."