Northampton Town's Kelvin Langmead says he takes full responsibility for the errors that led to two penalties against Gillingham.
The Cobblers lost the League Two match 4-3 at Priestfield, with the 26-year-old defender also scoring in the clash.
Langmead told BBC Radio Northampton: "I've got to hold my hands up. I've said sorry to the lads but it counts for nothing when you lose the game.
"It's not quite coming together but we've showed how good we can be."
The Cobblers are without a win in six, having last picked up three points against Barnet on 1 October.
"The one thing people can't say anything about is the team spirit," said Langmead, who joined Gary Johnson's side on loan from Peterborough in August.
"We're all fighting for the same cause but we have to be better and you have to stick together."