Warrior in chief Kevin McGoldrick has refused to point the finger of blame at players who have managed only two wins in 11 matches.
Defeat on Tuesday night at Dumbarton saw the Ochilview outfit slump further off the pace at the top of the Irn Bru Second Division, and McGoldrick was frustrated at another poor opening to the game.
But he says the players who seemed certain of at least a play-off place at the start of the season can re-kindle their form.
“No-one’s pointing the finger at each-other. We’re all in this together, and yes, it’s a poor spell of form.
“However, it’s the same players who were doing so well at the start of the season so no-one can say we’re not capable of good results - it’s just been a disappointment recently.
“We all know we can get back winning games, because we’ve shown that already this season.
Compared to last season we have made considerable progress, and even though we’re not at our best at the moment, we’re still fourth and in the play-off places.”
Kevin McKinlay has recovered from the bout of sickness that led to his removal at Dumbarton and is in contention again for the trip to Forfar on Saturday.