Peterborough United manager Darren Ferguson has called for calm as his side remain winless in the Championship.
A 1-1 home draw with Crystal Palace made it five games without a victory for the Posh, but Ferguson is not too concerned.
He said: "It was a missed opportunity to get our first win and it's two points dropped.
"We've never gone three games without winning since I've been here, so it's something new to handle now it's five.
"Everyone will be shouting and screaming about our start, but I have enquired about two or three players this week who were all on over £10,000 a week and we can't compete with that.
"Don't forget the size of this football club. We only get 8,000 fans so we are not a big club, but we will compete at this level without a doubt."