Byron Harrison is confident AFC Wimbledon will turn the corner and start climbing away from trouble in League Two.
Harrison's fifth goal of the season could not prevent the Dons slipping to another defeat against Cheltenham on Saturday in Neal Ardley's first game as manager.
They lie just two points above the relegation zone after a tough start to the season which saw long-serving boss Terry Brown sacked last month.
But former Stevenage striker Harrison said: "The team spirit here has always been the same despite everything that has happened.
"I think this season we have deserved more points than we have got so far with our performances.
"We just have to stick together with the belief that it will come good. I'm sure the bunch of lads we have here can make that happen and we'll start winning more games."