Michael Tonge has bemoaned Sheffield United's 'poor season' but hopes that his side can turn things around.
The Blades had been expected to challenge for promotion this campaign after they were relegated from the Premier League last season.
However, they have disappointed and currently sit 18th in the table, with their form eventually ending manager Bryan Robson's time at the club.
But with 14 games of the season remaining and Kevin Blackwell now at the helm, Tonge has called on his team-mates to restore pride at Bramall Lane.
Tonge said: "It's been a poor season, but we have got ourselves in this position and it's up to us to get out of it.
"It would be very harsh to blame certain individuals. Nobody has been outstanding all season and it's difficult for any one player to shine when the team isn't performing.
"It's hard to pinpoint reasons for the poor results, we have had problems and made mistakes throughout the team all year.
"I haven't had the best of seasons and have had some difficult spells at points in this campaign. Personally, I just want to have a good end to the season and help the team pick up some points and climb the league table."