Burnley goalkeeper Lee Grant has called on his team-mates to add a level of consistency to their game.
Recent victories over Hull City, Ipswich and West Ham saw the Clarets climb into the top half of the Championship table, but last Saturday's defeat at home by Portsmouth has seen them slip back down to 15th.
Former Sheffield Wednesday keeper Grant believes that Burnley's struggle to find consistency has been their biggest problem this season and he feels now would be the perfect time to turn things round on that front.
"First and foremost we have to try and generate a little bit of consistency into our game because we have been too erratic at times this season, with ups and downs along the way," Grant told skysports.com.
"So, it is a case of finding middle ground and once we do that we will be in a better position to kick on, but obviously we want to be up there gunning for promotion just like every other club in this division.
"Everyone's in it to win it, with no-one here just to make up the numbers, but with the way we've started this season it is just about getting the consistency back first before looking ahead to what might be in May.
"It is certainly a young squad, but I wouldn't want to point to that as the reason why we've been so inconsistent this year because despite our youth we are all experienced lads.
"A lot of the lads have played a great number of games in this division, so it could be a number of elements and we are just trying to figure it out and put them right on the training ground each day."