Winston Reid insists the morale in the squad has not been affected by the recent slump in results.
But last season’s Hammer of the Year is adamant the players’ have not been affected by the lack of results and are working hard to put things right as soon as possible.
He told whufc.com: “The morale in the camp is fine, we know we’ve got a job to do and we know we need to improve, not only the players up front but the players at the back need to give them a bit of service as well.
“The main is this everyone’s trying their hardest. We’re still the same team who got off to a good start last year, we all know each other and I’m sure things will turn around by they need to turn around quickly.”
And Reid believes the 1-0 loss at Hull City last weekend was the mainly as a result of bad luck, which is something he believes has been the problem recently.
“I think we should have got something at Hull, but the ball isn’t rolling our way at the minute,” he added.
“It’s disappointing because things aren’t going so well and we need to turn it around as quickly as possible.
“Even in the first-half we had a couple of decent chances. Tonks’ [James Tomkins] header got saved on the line, and there were a couple of half chances that we should be doing better with, but at the end of the day we’re not scoring enough goals.”