Graham Westley urged patience as Stevenage look for their first points of the season after a 1-0 home loss to Leyton Orient.
The Boro boss has seen his team lose all three of their matches. The latest loss came at the hands of top-of-the-table Leyton Orient as Kevin Lisbie's goal gave the Londoners a 1-0 win at the Lamex Stadium.
Westley felt his side were worthy of a draw against the O's.
He said: "I think you always have got to be honest about where you are at. It was quite hard going for us, but I think we showed a lot more than we did last week.
"It was a pleasing performance compared to last week - it wouldn't have been unjust if we got a draw.
"There are a lot of unanswered questions but we have a good group of lads here. I know the players we have and they are a good bunch - I think we will be okay.
"We have to get used to each other and gel. I like the phrase "Rome wasn't built in a day."