Bristol City boss Gary Johnson admits his side is at its lowest point since they gained promotion to the Championship.
The Robins have come down from the high of reaching last season's play-off final with a bump and stand 13th in the table, having taken just 13 points from their opening 10 matches.
"It's the most difficult time because it's the lowest we've been in the Championship table apart from after two games last season," Johnson told the club's official site. "There are lots of good teams in the Championship and we have to believe that we are a good Championship club."
He added: "Wins will get that belief back but at the moment we're all a bit disappointed so there's work to do."
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