Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger does not believe that his philosophy requires a complete overhaul in order to challenge for the Premier League title.
The Gunners finished 12 points behind champions Manchester United following an end-of-season collapse that highlighted the psychological frailties that continue to haunt them.
Wenger understands the 'disappointed love' of Arsenal fans, some of who have turned on the Frenchman, but insists the team is only five per cent away from becoming winners.
"The criticism has been sharper this year because of the impatience of people," Wenger, who is reportedly one of two Premier League managers chasing Wolfsburg goalkeeper Diego Benaglio, told Arsenal TV Online.
"People are used to us being in the Champions League so we have to give them more, but we're not capable of doing that.
"People love what we do, but they want us to be rewarded so that they can be convinced we do things the right way. They want proof that we do things the right way.
"For our fans the frustration was that we were so close to convincing everybody of how football can be great, but in the end not being able to deliver.
"I would call it disappointed love. It was cruel and sometimes you get excessive responses to that. I share that and understand it.
"But that doesn't mean we have to change our philosophy or the way the club is run.
"We get it 95 per cent right, but we must gain that five per cent because it's so frustrating to flirt with success like we have done."