Celtic fans have expressed exactly how they feel at the moment.
Celtic could only draw at home against Ross County at the weekend, an uninspiring result which was fitting for the message delivered by supporters during the game.
Banners were raised at Parkhead with a ruthless message for the board and the players, letting them know that performances behind the scenes and on the pitch have not been good enough.
One read, 'from boardroom to dressing room the Celtic jersey has shrunk to fit inferior players'.
Green Brigade,Celtic v Ross County today pic.twitter.com/o4IIEkd5vj— When Sunday Comes (@WSCsm) April 24, 2016
Another read, 'Lawell and Desmond's legacy, empty jerseys, empty hearts, empty dreams, empty seats'.
That this happened amid 1-1 draw to help them limp towards their fifth successive title summed up how fans feel at present, with manager Ronny Deila handing in his resignation last week, to become effective from the end of the season.
A bigger challenge is expected next season with Rangers winning promotion, heightening anxiety that Celtic kick on, and get their next managerial appointment right.