Wycombe midfielder Stuart Lewis insists the players must take personal responsibility for their woeful run of form.
The Chairboys have failed to net in their last three matches and are three points away from safety in League One after winning just two of their last 12 fixtures.
High-flying Huddersfield hammered Gary Waddock's side 6-0 on Friday, prompting Lewis to question the squad's mentality.
"I think it goes past the football - as a group of people, we need to show spirit and pride, roll our sleeves up and show what we're about," he told Wycombe's official website. "We have to do it for the fans who have been travelling all around the country paying their money to see us play.
"It won't be for the want of trying on my behalf - I know we'll be leaving no stone unturned to put things right, pull together and give ourselves something to be proud about.
"I believe we can do it and we just have to keep on believing and getting on the front food. We won't give in."