New Fulham manager Claudio Ranieri says he is capable of flipping tables in the dressing room if the Cottagers' form does not pick up.
The 67-year-old replaced Slavisa Jokanovic earlier this month with Fulham at the bottom of the Premier League table, having claimed only one win in their opening 12 fixtures.
And, ahead of Saturday's match at home to Southampton, the good-natured Italian has revealed that his demeanour can drastically change depending on results.
"In the dressing room, I am different. It depends what happens," Ranieri said. "Sometimes I could take this table and flip it in the air.
"Sometimes I enjoy, sometimes I am very strong. My players know me. My players know me very well."
Asked if he will flip a table during half-time with Fulham - after revealing he did so while in charge of Chelsea - Ranieri insisted this initial stage of his task does not call for bombast, but he has stopped short of completely ruling it out.
"With them? No. With these players, no. Not yet. Not yet," he said. "At this moment, I must give confidence. I say our fans must help us, it is because our players need confidence.
"They need to feel good feelings with the fans because, maybe, they are a little anxious, nervous. That is normal."
Fulham have yet to keep a clean sheet since their return to the English top flight, and more than anything, Ranieri is looking for stability and desire at Craven Cottage.
"My plan is to maintain good football but without conceding goals. Maybe it is not possible at the beginning, but it is important to maintain clean sheets," he said.
"We have to fight. Our fans must understand that, at this moment, we have to fight. Our fans must be happy when they see their players fighting on the pitch, win or lose."