Craig Conway is adamant that if the squad continue to believe in themselves and each other, keep applying themselves and work hard things will turn around.
Despite a tough few days the winger knows there's still plenty to play for, and will go to Huddersfield with a show of strength to put in a performance with a hunger and desire for three points.
"Saturday is a big game now at Huddersfield and we have to go and put things right there," Conway told Radio Rovers.
"The most important thing is just to keep going and to keep doing what we believe in and try to do the right things that the manager is always stressing.
"I think we'll do that, we've got a lot of young players and it is just trying to keep them right, there's obviously a few experienced lads to keep everybody going and that is the plan for Saturday.
"If you speak to any of the experience lads there's always times when you go through two or three defeats and things start to get on top of everybody. But I think the most important thing is just to keep believing in what you are doing, keep working hard and it will come right.
"We've just to keep taking one game at a time and Saturday's is the most important game now."
Tickets for Saturday's game go off sale at Ewood Park at 4pm. Huddersfield are selling on the day of the game with tickets priced at £25 Adults, £15 Seniors, £10 Under-18s and £5 for Under-8s. Supporters should note that there will be no Under-8 sales on the day.