Jamie O'Hara couldn't hide his disappointment after Sunday's goalless draw against Wigan despite his own fine display.
Indeed, the plaudits for his performance back in a central midfield role seemed scant consolation after the draw at the Lane.
It was Jamie's first start of the campaign and he impressed alongside Jermaine Jenas.
"It was great to be out there and to play quite well but it means nothing," insisted the midfielder. "The main priority for the team is to get the three points and to get out of this bad start. It's not falling for us at the moment.
"It was so disappointing that we couldn't get the result.
"The main objective was to get the three points and the lads were all gutted sitting in the dressing room after the game because we felt we were on top, especially in the second half.
"The fans really got behind us and we tried to push on but it just feels like we're not getting the rub of the green at the moment.
"I thought we should have been awarded a penalty and it's just not happening for us. All we can do is pick ourselves up, keep going and try to get the results."