Tom Trybull says Norwich City will do all they can to get back to winning ways when they travel to Bolton Wanderers on Saturday (3pm).
After stringing together a fine unbeaten run, the Canaries' progress has been stalled slightly by consecutive home defeats.
With Bolton representing the final opponents for Daniel Farke's side ahead of the upcoming international break, Trybull is targeting a positive result to restore momentum.
"In the last few weeks, Wolves was the only game where we didn't play as well as we could have. In the others, we deserved to win.
"Against Arsenal and Derby we were disappointed because we played very well. That's football. One day you are on top and the next day you are down."
The central midfielder says cruel - and arguably unjust - defeats in those two games have helped foster an even greater togetherness within the City camp.
"Everybody knows we did a good job," he explained.
"At the end though, we lost points against Derby and didn't go to the next round at Arsenal. It was not perfect but we can build on those performances.
"Our self-confidence is still high. We all want to do better than we did against Wolves.
"It wasn't our best performance and we know we can improve."