Coventry City goalkeeper Joe Murphy feels that things will change.
The Sky Blues lie rock bottom of the Championship and have not won a game for ten matches but the keeper thinks that things will improve.
Speaking to Sky Blue Player, Murphy who has not kept a clean sheet in his last fourteen away games and received ironic applause everytime he caught a ball in the 1-0 defeat to Hull City, said: "It's been hard to take when we have been putting in the performances and not getting anything out of the game.
"We need to remain positive as that is the only way we are going to get out of this position. A couple of wins and we are right back in that pack so we aren't far away at all.
"We know we should have seven or eight points more than what we are on at the moment. The lads have to keep creating chances and it will fall for us eventually.
"At the moment, it seems to be happening to us week in, week out but as the season goes on, it will change for us and will get better.
"We are having problems in defence but we will work on that and push forward to get the wins we need. We played well today and maybe we have a few things we need to work on to cut out those mistakes.
"The goal was poor to concede but we have to hope that one like that will drop for us in the box and the only way it will is if we keep going."
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