Scunthorpe goalkeeper Steve Mildenhall is confident Brian Laws can turn the club's season around following their poor start.
Laws recently returned for his third spell in charge at Glanford Park and wasted no time in drafting in Mildenhall on loan from Millwall, with the 33-year-old helping the Iron secure successive away league wins under their new manager.
Scunthorpe, who play high-flying Notts County at home on Saturday, remain in the bottom four with only four wins from their 17 league games and Mildenhall said: "I understood the situation when I joined the club.
"We need to get the lads' confidence back up there and that's important really and at the moment - after the last two games - we don't think we should be in fear of any side.
"If we continue to play and pick up points like we are doing, we'll have a good season after such a slow start."
Mildenhall added on the club's official website: "We need to build on this. We can't rest on our laurels, we need to kick on this week - put a show on for the supporters and get them back in the ground."