The Wolves, having succumbed to a fifth defeat, are bottom of the table and their boss admits his side are not playing well enough but is confident they can avoid the dropWolfsburg coach Felix Magath understands the fans' frustrations at their team's performances this season, but is sure that he can guide the Bundesliga outfit to safety.
The Wolves find themselves rooted to the foot of the table following a fourth consecutive defeat against Freiburg on Saturday, having amassed a paltry five points from their opening eight fixtures.
"After the 2-0 defeat, we have got to listen to the criticism," Magath told the Fifa official website. "I can absolutely understand the fans' displeasure, which is correct because nobody can be satisfied after a performance like that."
"We are fully aware of [the criticism], and we know we need to play better to avoid results like this in the future. All we can do now is move onto the next game, and get the next three points to move off the bottom of the table."
Despite a fifth defeat of the season, which has seen Wolfsburg register just one win at Stuttgart on the opening day, Magath does not fear for his job.
"I am sure that the board of directors will give me their backing, and nothing has made me doubt that," he explained.