Rotherham United boss Mark Robins is determined to lead his club to safety this season, before trying to help the Millers climb back up the Football League ladder.
Robins' side started the new League Two season with a 17-point deduction, but they wiped out three of those points with a 1-0 home win against Lincoln City at the weekend.
Robins told the Sheffield Star: "I don't look at the league table, there is no point. We have got targets within our camp and we know what they are.
"It was important to get off to a winning start due to the points deduction, but we know we are still up against it this season.
"But we are definitely on the brink of something exciting again. We want to build something for the Rotherham people to be proud of.
"We will do things in the right way and we will put things in place that gives this club longevity.
"No longer can it be allowed to list from one near disaster to the next."