Preston striker Iain Hume has backed manager Darren Ferguson to turn things around at Deepdale.
Grant Holt's winner for Norwich on Saturday condemned Preston to their sixth defeat of the season to leave them second bottom of the Championship.
The home supporters booed their team off following the game and Ferguson lambasted his side's lack of effort, highlighting the performance as their worst of the season so far.
Hume, who joined the club on loan from Barnsley on Friday and came on as a second-half substitute, gave his support to Ferguson however, stating that all that was needed was a bit of luck to get back on track.
Up to us
"It's up to us to get the club where it deserves to be because this is a club that shouldn't be anywhere near the bottom of the league," he said.
"I think it's a lack of confidence. Everyone there knows they have the ability to do it. Little things like the roll of the ball and touches just aren't going our way.
"We've got to turn that screw a little bit more and get ourselves that bit of luck.
"Of course the manager has the ability to restore confidence. I can't see anything wrong with the coaching staff or the players, it's just that little thing you can't put your finger on."