Ted Bishop has assured supporters the players are frustrated with the team’s recent dip in results after bowing out of two cup competitions in the past week.
The midfielder acknowledges results need to improve, but says the lads are firmly behind the manager and is confident that the squad has what it takes to get back on track.
He said: “We’re going through a tough period at the moment but we know there’s enough quality in the dressing room to turn this around. We’re all behind the manager, so if we all stick together we can turn this around.
“We're not good enough at the moment and as a team we expect a lot better. As a team we expect a lot better and, as you can see by the reaction of the players, we care. We really want to turn this around for us and for the fans -they've been brilliant all season and we need them to stick with us and we can turn this around.
"There are a few factors when you go on a bad run and confidence can low, we know our away form is a positive at the moment so we'll try and continue that on Tuesday."
Bishop has impressed this season when on the pitch, but injuries have held him back. The 25-year-old hopes to get a run of games under his belt to help out the team as much as possible.
He added: “I’ve had a bit of a disrupted start to the season, been in and out and had a lot of niggles, but now it’s just about putting back-to-back games together and hopefully helping the team performance improve.”