Ipswich Town striker Freddie Sears says the club will not panic about their moderate recent form.
Town have not won any of their last three matches in the Championship and went into the international break following a 2-0 loss to Blackburn.
"We had a break, but I think most of us would have wanted to play last week," Sears told BBC Radio Suffolk.
"The way we played was disappointing but we've had the time to reflect on it and we've watched the game again."
Having reached the play-offs last season, Ipswich were top of the Championship after four games, but now lie in 12th place.
"There's no one panicking here and you can see that from the way the gaffer and the boys are around the place," Sears said.
"There's still a great spirit, but everyone is disappointed. We've had two weeks to sit on a horrible game and everyone wants to get on the pitch put that right."
Sears said boss Mick McCarthy does not let the pressure created by poor results affect his treatment of his players.
"Sometimes after a game he's disappointed, but when it comes to Monday morning he's back to himself, he shakes everyone's hand and that's it, you get on with it," he added.