Sunderland manager David Moyes admits he feels "lousy" after the club's disastrous start to their Premier League campaign.
Under Moyes' guidance, the Black Cats have made their worst start to a Premier League season since they came up from the Championship in 2007.
Sunderland were beaten 4-1 at home by Arsenal on Saturday, which means they are still without a win from 10 games, managing only two draws, and sit bottom of the standings.
When asked about his record with Sunderland, Moyes told a press conference: "It's damning, I agree.
"It does make me feel lousy, and I do. I don't feel good about it but you've got to take it. I probably spend Saturday night, and quite often, in a darkened room somewhere.
"Sunday gets a wee bit better, but not much, and hopefully by the time Monday morning comes, you are ready to go again.
"You've got to get it out of the system and you are up and running again. And I'll do that again on Monday."