Norwich City manager Neil Adams says his players need to deal with the pressure of being among the favourites for promotion from The Championship this season.
The Canaries kick-off their campaign at newly-promoted Wolves tomorrow, and Adams knows that his side will be seen as a prized scalp following their relegation from the Premier League.
Norwich go into the clash at Molineux with the majority of their squad still intact, with only Robert Snodgrass (Hull City) and Ricky van Wolfswinkel (Saint-Étienne) having left the club so far this summer.
However, with three weeks of the transfer window still remaining, Canaries fans and management alike will face an anxious wait to see if they can keep hold of their best assets beyond August.
Norwich will be without the injured Jonny Howson against Wolves, while key striker Gary Hooper is also considered a doubt (calf).
Midfielder Leroy Fer is another player who isn't available as he continues to work his way back to fitness after his exploits at the World Cup with Holland.
Sébastien Bassong and Luciano Becchio also won't be considered, and new signing Gary O'Neil isn't eligible as he serves a one-match suspension.
On the plus side, midfielder Alex Tettey is back in contention after a groin strain and new strikers Lewis Grabban and Kyle Lafferty should make their debuts.
As for Wolves, they have a largely fit squad to pick from, with only former Peterborough United captain Tommy Rowe missing.
Wolverhampton Wanderers v Norwich City, Sky Bet Championship, Sunday 10 August, 4pm