Assistant manager Matt Bishop insists he and boss Dean Holdsworth are hell-bent on turning Aldershot's fortunes around.
The pressure is growing on Holdsworth after four straight league defeats - the latest a 1-0 home loss to Chesterfield which left the Hampshire club second from bottom of the League Two table.
"We are going to keep going and stick together as a group and get ourselves out of this. Somehow we have got to find a way to build the confidence of the players," said Bishop. "We need to get them to believe in themselves. Sometimes when you do go behind you need to get angry and get yourselves back in it.
"We will work hard and stick together and I'm sure we will get out of this. The fans are entitled to their opinion and they want to see Aldershot doing well.
"I can understand that and we are all desperately disappointed, no more so than the players and the staff, but everyone is in that dressing room determined to put this right.
"We will stick together and we will do it. You put pressure on yourselves to keep doing well and all we can keep doing is the best we can."