Southend United goalkeeper Glenn Morris wants the Blues to build on their 1-0 midweek win over Gillingham.
United have made an inconsistent start to the season and sit ninth in the League Two table after eight matches.
Plymouth Argyle, bottom of the table with just one point from eight games, come to Roots Hall on Saturday.
Morris told BBC Essex: "Wins build confidence and we go into the game against Plymouth having kept a clean sheet and got a win."
The victory over Gillingham on Tuesday came just three days after a disappointing defeat at Swindon last weekend.
The sequence of results has left manager Paul Sturrock claiming he is 'exasperated' by the team's form.