Fulham added 11 players over the summer while losing Scott Malone and Sone Aluko to Huddersfield and Reading respectively from the side that finished in the Play-offs last season.
The side have struggled at the start of this campaign and haven't won at home yet - the latest game at the Cottage finished in a 1-1 draw with league leaders Cardiff, but the boss insists people must understand that it wasn't the strongest side playing as a result of injuries, but that they cannot be satisfied at how they've started the season.
He also believes that there aren't comparisons to draw from last season's team and this season's because they are in the process of bedding new players into the side.
He said: "People want to compare the team to last season - but no comparison exists, actually right now we bring new element into our team.
"We try and teach them what we want to do during the game, I used Yohan Mollo after only four training sessions with us because I didn't have another option.
"At the end, we are not strong like last season in the position of full back and we lost some important players for this match and we must understand that this is not our best level but I don't like comparisons to last season.
"We built some identity and some style but that season is behind us now and this is a new season and we must find something different and we are going to try improve ourselves and we cannot be satisfied with this performance at the beginning of the Championship."