Tranmere forward Adam McGurk has called on the club to remain positive as they look to improve their League One form.
Rovers have only one win from their last 18 games ahead of Saturday's match at Oldham Athletic.
"We have to keep believing and the fans have to keep believing," McGurk told BBC Radio Merseyside.
"Negativity is not going to help, so we have to stick together and we want the fans to be positive and it's up to us to go and do the business."
Encouragingly, Tranmere drew 1-1 with league leaders Charlton on Saturday, a result which left Les Parry's side six points above the relegation zone.
McGurk believes Rovers are due a big victory after creating so many chances this season, but regularly failing to make those opportunities count.
"We haven't gone and tonked a team 3-0 or 4-0 this season," continued McGurk. "There have been pretty tight games that we've been ahead in.
"There have been games where the potential was there [to score goals] and we have been dominating and creating chances, but we just haven't been scoring.
"Personally I have been frustrated and I should have had a few more goals than I have at the minute. But I think it's down to everyone to chip in."