Edinburgh boss Michael Bradley says his side should not give up on their Heineken Cup dream just yet, despite their disappointing start to Pool One.
Bradley's outfit, who reached the semi-finals of the European competition last season, have suffered 45-0 and 33-0 losses to begin 2012/13.
The coach is refusing to write off his side however but did admit to looking forward to getting back to PRO12 action against the Scarlets this Friday.
"We're not so much concerned with winning the Heineken or the Amlin it's about winning the next match at this stage," Bradley told The Score.
"At this stage you won't get me saying 'no' because we could win the last four games with bonus points and scrape in at eighth in the Heineken.
"Losing your first two games and getting no points is a recipe for being out of the competition and we have to acknowledge that."
Edinburgh were missing key Scotland internationalists Tim Visser and Greig Laidlaw for their most recent Heineken Cup loss against Munster but that was no excuse for Bradley.
"Munster compete much more in the breakdown that Saracens," he added.
"Sarries only put two in where Munster would put in three or four if they get a sniff. They dominated us there.
"I don't think Greig Laidlaw or Tim Visser would have made a difference (up front). Tim may not have got a pass in this match."