West Bromwich Albion midfielder James Morrison is hoping for a change in fortunes ahead of this weekend's Premier League action.
The Baggies find themselves in the relegation zone after they were denied three points against 10-man Blackburn Rovers last Saturday.
Tony Mowbray's men are now without a win in four Premier League outings but Morrison is optimistic they can turn things around, with Liverpool their next opponents.
He told the Birmingham Post: "It proved to be a bad result with everyone else around us winning. I thought we deserved to win rather than draw and maybe we should have put the game out of Blackburn's reach, but they stuck at it and got a point.
"It wasn't a great day for me either as I felt my back go in the first half. It just seized up and I couldn't move properly.
"It then went into a spasm and I came off. I'm going to have a fitness test tomorrow and see if I can train. It's frustrating, but you can't dwell on it - you have to get on with things. That's just the way our luck is going at the moment.
"If I play, hopefully my luck and the team's luck will change. It's never nice to be in the bottom three and it was horrible watching all the teams in the bottom three win over the weekend."