Villarreal boss Unai Emery already knows what his team must do to get out of their current rut.
The Yellow Submarine were fancied to challenge for the top four this season having built a very strong squad.
But they have won just two of 10 games and currently sit in 12th place after failing to beat Cadiz on Tuesday night.
Emery’s men did manage to fight back from 3-1 down to grab a late draw, Arnaut Danjuma scoring the equaliser in the 95th minute, but it was yet another disappointing result.
Pressure is now on for Emery and Villarreal, but the experienced boss has made it clear what his men must do to turn things around.
“We must adjust the cons, minimise errors and not give what we give so easily,” he said after the Cadiz draw.
“We must get that security back, the team has it and I am sure that the team can find a way to be more solid and secure.
“Now we have to get up, do things that we do well and close games better.”
Things get no easier for Villarreal this weekend as they make the short trip to Mestalla to take on rivals Valencia.
Jose Bordalas’ men have been tough to beat this season, and that’s not something Villarreal have coped well with, dominating games but failing to make their domination count more often than not.