Regan Poole is confident the Imps can turn around their form after a difficult run of results.
The Welshman is aware his side are amid a tough patch, but is certain results can improve starting with an away trip to Cheltenham on Saturday.
The Imps played more than 40 minutes with 10 men on Tuesday, when they came away on the wrong end of a 2-0 defeat.
Poole said: “When you are struggling a little, everything seems to be going against you. We’re finding it hard to find the net and a few decisions have gone against us, and that’s just the situation we’re in now. We need to stick together, and we’ll come through the other side.
“It was nice to see Liam Bridcutt back on the pitch, but the reality is we’ve had a lot of injuries. These aren’t excuses, but I’m sure the only way is up from here and we’ll work hard to make sure that is what’s going to happen.”
Despite the loss on Tuesday night, Poole says he thought his side reacted well to adversity after TJ Eyoma was sent off.
He added: “We were quite pleased with how we reacted after the second goal because we were down to 10 men and still created a few chances.
"We’re finding it difficult to convert our opportunities at the moment but I’m sure when we go one-nil up in a game, we’ll re-find our confidence and we’ll start to see a few results.”