Izale McLeod is confident Barnet can stop the rot this weekend by recording just a second home win of the season.
The Bees have made a stuttering start to the League Two season after narrowly avoiding relegation on the final day of last term.
Aldershot visit Underhill on Saturday and McLeod, who has scored 10 goals in 15 appearances this season, believes turning around their woeful home record will stand Barnet in good stead.
"They are all difficult games in this division and all we can do is make sure that we go out and give 100% every time," McLeod told skysports.com.
"I think that the most important thing for us is to pick up our home form because I'm confident of our ability on our travels.
"It is a funny one and I can only say what vibes I pick up off the boys in training, but it is high tempo and we know that nothing has been set in stone as it is still early in the season.
"We've just got to keep working hard and believing in our ability and hopefully the tide will turn our way sooner rather than later."
Barnet chairman Tony Kleanthous recently voiced his concerns over the long-term future at Underhill, the club's home for over a century, and McLeod concedes that the ground's access problems could force them to play elsewhere.
He added: "I can see both sides of the coin because the access issue is a big problem in modern day football, but at the same time for the club itself it has been a home for so many years.
"With that comes a lot of history and memories, so the fans and club are bound to want to stay there.
"I guess it comes down to the powers that be, but whichever way it goes there will be positives and negatives."