Ask Valencia fans what the mood is like around the Mestalla right now and don't be surprised if a sharpened pitchfork appears.
Fans are exasperated, tired, frustrated that key players have been sold and that money has not been reinvested into summer signings to bolster Javi Gracia's side. Ferran Torres left for Manchester City, both Francis Coquelin and Dani Parejo went to Villarreal and Rodrigo joined up with Marcelo Bielsa at Leeds.
The solution? A youth revolution with English wonderkid Yunus Musah leading the way.
Yunas Musah (left) is generating a lot of excitement after making his Valencia debut last week
Young players can lift spirits, at least temporarily, and making his debut for Los Che in their season opener against Levante, Musah did just that.
A representative of the England national team at U15, U16, U17 and U18 level, the former Arsenal winger has real pedigree in youth football.
'The fans are in awe of him already,' Valencia-based journalist Cristian Riera told Sportsmail.
'He was not that well known a couple of weeks ago. But we have seen a young player who has speed, skill and audacity and he has already won fans over. He has a very good future at the club, I hope he stays here for many years.'
Musah has filled the right wing role vacated by Ferran Torres and expectations are high for him
Musah has already won the trust of his boss, Javi Gracia, and is seen as a viable starter at 17
Musah was selected to start wide on the right in a 4-4-2 system for his debut in the first team. It arrived almost a year after he joined the club and his debut saw him make history as the first Englishman ever to play for the club in a competitive match.
And it was not just any game, it was the 'Derby del Turia' against rivals Levante. If there were any doubts whether he was ready for senior football at 17, it didn't take long to allay those