Alex Smithies says Queens Park Rangers says Saturday's clash with Brentford is a great way to stop the rot after five defeats.
Rangers have lost by the odd goal in those five, but will be looking to put an end to that against the Bees.
QPR have been impressive in the second half in their last three, but it has come too little too late, with no points on the board.
Brentford beat Rangers at the start of the season, and Smithies says he and his team-mates will be looking to "pay them back".
"There is no extra motivation needed for Brentford this weekend. There is no better way for us to change the results around," he told Get West London.
"They beat us at the start of the season, so we'll be looking to pay them back.
"We have still got points and a lot to play for - things to fight for.
"We know they'll be tough games as they always are. We want to get more win to put any worries to bed.
"Mathematically, one more win should do it but we'll want to pick up nine points out of nine available.
"The difficulty is we're up against a team (Nottingham Forest) with a lot to play for, but we'll be looking to turn our own form around."