Sheffield Wednesday goalkeeper Nicky Weaver is under no illusions as to how hard it will be for the club to gain promotion this season.
The Owls made a flying start to the campaign following relegation in May, but have lost their last two matches and Weaver, who arrived on a free transfer from Burnley in the summer for his second stint at Hillsborough, expects a rough ride this season.
Weaver told the club's official website: "We got off to a great start and obviously to lose the last two games has been very disappointing, but there will be lots of ups and downs this season and we have to remain focused and stick together.
"We have a very difficult game this weekend (at Plymouth), but hopefully we can bounce back with a positive result.
"I still feel as if I've only just arrived here, but I think I've played nine games now and things have gone well, but the most important thing is the team. We all realise how difficult it will be to get out of this division."