Newcastle United captain Geremi has said the whole team are to blame for the club's slump in form.
The Magpies were thumped 3-0 by Liverpool in their most recent League encounter at home, a performance Geremi described as "disgraceful".
The Cameroon international is hoping his side can pick up from that performance and reverse their fortune against Blackburn on Saturday.
"We were hurt after the Liverpool game, it was a big blow because of the way we played," Geremi told the Chronicle.
"We looked unrecognisable against Liverpool - it was a big disgrace.
"Now we must concentrate and everybody is confident we can turn it around against Blackburn."
Geremi admitted to understanding the fans' frustration with the players after a number of lacklustre performances have seen the Magpies drop down the table.
But the Newcastle skipper insists his side will improve and be back to winning ways in no time.
"We have battlers at the club and we can still get things right," said Geremi.
"I think we have a good squad. It's true we had a bad game against Liverpool, but everybody has to face up to it like a man.
"It is very important that we keep our fans happy by winning games."
Speaking ahead of Saturday's match with Blackburn, a confident Geremi added: "You always want to respond to a bad game with only one thing - a win."