Bayern Munich manager Pep Guardiola has warned fans not to expect massive wins from every game that they play this season.
The former Barcelona boss came in this summer to replace Jupp Heynckes after a stellar season for the German giants who romped to a treble.
The Bavarians lost just three games as they stormed to the Bundesliga, DFB Pokal and UEFA Champions League titles.
Guardiola had already been hired before their incredible finish to the season, and it has ensured that expectations are high with Guardiola at the helm - considering the success he had at Barca.
Guardiola, though, has warned that he is not superhero and has asked fans to understand that his career at the club is just starting.
"It’s not easy always having to win. People believe we’ll win 6-0 or 7-0, but that’s just not possible," he told reporters.
"The supporters want more and more and more, but I have only been with the team for six to seven weeks, I need more time. I’m just a normal coach, I’m not some super-trainer."