FC Augsburg skipper Paul Verhaegh says there is no concern in the squad about the club's start to the Bundesliga campaign.
The Fuggerstadter have taken just a single point from their opening three games, drawing with Frankfurt and losing to Hertha Berlin and Ingolstadt.
It won't get any easier when league action resumes this weekend as Augsburg face a trip to defending champions Bayern München on Saturday.
However, Verhaegh is not all too concerned about the lack of form and says the side will still do all they can to take points off the Bavarians.
"No, I'm not worried about that at all," he said in an interview with the official Bundesliga website. "It's true that we deserved to take three points against both Hertha and Frankfurt.
"I'll also concede that we've definitely played better than we did at home to Ingolstadt. However, even in that game we had a huge chance to make it 1-0 which we didn't take.
"It's clear what the roles are in this encounter. We'll nevertheless still try and take points away from FC Bayern."