Pressure is already building on Quique Sanchez Flores at Watford just two months after returning to the helm at Vicarage Road.
The Hornets' fortunes have not improved under the Spaniard as they have remained rock bottom of the Premier League since his arrival, and are without a league win this season.
According to the Daily Mail, tensions are mounting within the dressing room and the club's owners are growing concerned, while players are doubtful that the former Real Madrid right-back is the man to turn their fortunes around.
The owners, the Pozzo family, are infamously trigger happy with hiring and firing managers, sacking Flores within a year of him taking over previously, despite a comfortable mid-table finish in the 2015/16 season.
Flores rejoined Watford at the beginning of September after the Hornets sacked Javi Gracia, who led them to the FA Cup final last season, but a 6-0 drubbing against Manchester City there and a winless start to this season meant that he was sacked.
Flores' only win has come over Swansea in the Carabao Cup, and this reign did start with an encouraging result in the form of a comeback from two goals down to draw against visiting Arsenal. But the result was quickly followed by an 8-0 annihilation away at City.
A brief return to solidity returned when Watford drew against Sheffield United, Tottenham and Bournemouth, but have since lost their last two to Everton in the Carabao Cup and Chelsea in the league.
The Canaries and the Hornets sit 19th and 20th respectively and will be hoping to catch and already disappearing mid-table.
Sanchez Flores' side are already six points away from safety, while Daniel Farke's men perch precariously just two points above them.