Black Cats boss Lee Johnson has said he will live and die by the culture he wants to create.
The Sunderland head coach was hugely critical of his sides attitude as they switched off for Plymouth's second goal from a throw in during the week.
Upon his arrival at the club, Johnson pointed out three broken clocks in the changing room that needed the batteries replacing.
It's the small things around the club that he remains intent on changing.
Johnson said: "I was quite critical of a couple of bits I saw and I put down to attitude errors and that's where the culture becomes really important.
"That's the bit I will defend and live and die by in my tenure here.
"I said to the boys we are League One. I'm League One, the club's League One and the players are League One.
"Let's just embrace that - let's not thing that we're better than we are. Let's not show these attitude errors.
"Yes, we all want to achieve and aim for more but at the same time we have to earn the right at this level."
Johnson added: "Only by doing that, and looking towards the process of performing and performing well - will we actually achieve that goal.
"Making more right decision on the pitch and off the pitch - in training.
"Then it comes to you rather than you being outcome led and thinking about the result or promotion or whatever.
"It's not really worth talking about internally because the focus has to be on the detail and improving the performance."