Daniel Farke has complete faith in his players improving Norwich City's fortunes, starting on Saturday against Preston North End.
The Canaries have taken a single point from their last five Sky Bet Championship matches, with struggles in front of goal at the centre of their downturn in form.
Speaking to the media on Friday afternoon, Farke said: "It's not easy and you have to fight for the right result.
"When you work in football for a long time, you know it can be hard to force a win to turn things around. I trust my players.
"We have enough experienced players who know what to do in this situation. They know how important the games are and to fight to force the result.
"The run of results hasn't been good enough. It's up to us to be there with better performances and better results."
With his team currently coming up short in front of goal, Farke knows precisely what needs improving upon.
"Our problem at the moment is scoring more," the 41-year-old added.
"It's up to us to turn things back on track. A win would be so important for self-confidence.
"We have to score more goals and for that we have to create more chances. It's about concentrating on the content, not so much the target.
"There are topics we can improve, 100 per cent. We can influence that."