Magath feeling the heat
Wolfsburg coach Felix Magath has admitted he is feeling the pressure with his side inside the bottom two after seven games of the season.
The Wolves were beaten comprehensively by Magath's former club Schalke and the coach says his side's form is causing him a few sleepless nights.
"Of course I am sleeping worse when my team are remaining below the expectations," he told WDR 2 radio.
"It worries me and then of course there is an hour here or there at night or in the early hours when it is bothering you."
The 3-0 defeat to Schalke leaves the Wolves in the relegation zone and with the prospect of another season of struggle, having started the campaign with the minimum aim of qualifying for Europe next season.
But with every passing game, the situation becomes more critical and Magath says this is unsettling the players too.
"At the moment, we lack the morale to cope with going behind," he said.
"When things are not going for you and when you go to play a team who are in the Champions League and have always played well so far, then you can also understand that."