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Newcastle boss Rafa Benitez watched his side go down 1-0 at Fulham and then described it as a "wake-up call".
The Magpies were beaten by Matt Smith's first-half header in a lacklustre Championship season opener following summer spending of almost £45 million.
Benitez knows Newcastle cannot afford many similar performances if they are to immediately return to the Premier League.
"I'm really disappointed because we did not play at the level we expected," he said. "We did not win the ball too much in the second ball and were not keeping the ball properly. We were not concentrating. This game could be a wake-up call for everyone.
"The only positive is it is the beginning of the season and we can wake up. At least everyone has to realise it has to be like this for the rest of the season.
"We didn't play at the level we want to play and have to play if you want to score goals and win games. You have to be much better. We have to realise this is a tough competition and we have to be much better."
Newcastle had two penalty appeals waved away for handballs by Ryan Tunnicliffe and Tomas Kalas but Benitez refused to criticise referee Simon Hooper.
"The first one was clear and not given," he said. "The second one depends on the referee."
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Tim Krul has hinted hew could play a part in Newcastle's fight to regain their Premier League status at the first attempt.
The 28-year-old goalkeeper could only watch from afar as the Magpies slipped out of the top flight after suffering a season-ending knee ligament injury while on international duty with Holland in October.
Krul is not the only Newcastle keeper to suffer misfortune this season, with deputy Rob Elliot having also been struck down by a knee ligament injury, leaving third-choice Karl Darlow in goal for the final eight games of the campaign.
Club officials are currently working to persuade Rafael Benitez to remain as manager amid speculation that many of the bigger names with whom he has worked in recent weeks will leave the club this summer.
However, having watched the club's remarkable 5-1 final day victory over Tottenham, Krul appears to be ready to roll up his sleeves and get down to work once again.
Yesterday was a great result for the club in what has been an otherwise incredibly frustrating and disappointing season both for the club and me personally.
I am still finding it hard to come to terms with what has happened this season, and it's been devastating for me that I haven't been able to help us sustain our Premier League status due to injury.
On a personal level, over the past week or so I have been making big strides in the right direction by training outside with the physio and goalkeeping coach as I continue towards full fitness.
The fans have been incredible and deserve success. Everyone at the club will be fighting to get Newcastle United back into the Premier League where it belongs.