MICK Harford is confident Millwall will turn their season around as long as they stick together and continue to work hard.
The Lions host seventh-placed Nottingham Forest at The Den on Tuesday night looking to bounce back from a dispiriting 3-0 defeat to Leicester City on Saturday.
Assistant boss Harford, who watched the Reds lose 3-2 to Reading over the weekend, says remaining unified in the face of adversity will be crucial in the weeks to come.
And he believes there is light at the end of the tunnel.
"It's a big game," he said. "We know all about Forest – their strengths, weaknesses and how they play – and we will approach them in the right manner.
"As a club we've got to be strong and stick together. We know times are tough and results are not as we would like them to be, but we'll keep working hard, doing the right things on a daily basis and giving the players the right information, which they can use to get results.
"This job was never going to be an easy – and it hasn't been – but the whole coaching staff will keep grafting and hopefully we will turn the corner soon. I honestly believe we will be fine, results will start to pick up and we will climb the table."
Manager Steve Lomas, whose side are unbeaten in their last five at home, added: "We have got to bounce back for the sake of the fans who spent their hard-earned money to go up to Leicester – we have to put on a show for them in particular.
"We have got two home games this week to try and get some points on the board and eradicate a poor day at the office. The players know that they need to produce a hard-working performance to get the fans on side.
"Our home form has been decent of late so we should be confident coming back to The Den. It is vital we start on the front foot.
"Forest lost on Friday so they will be looking to respond as well. We know they are a good side but we are more than capable of getting a result against them. It is a winnable game."