London Broncos head coach Joe Grima admits his team 'seem to have forgotten how to win'.
Broncos were beaten 18-10 at Wakefield last Friday having led 10-6 going into the final quarter and now go into tomorrow's (Saturday's) match with Huddersfield with the unenviable tag of making the worst start to a Super League season by any club.
And Grima says his inexperienced side are paying the price for not quite knowing how to get over the finishing line when in front.
Broncos remain rooted to the bottom of the table and relegation is staring them in the face.
Grima said: “We are where we are and there are teams getting further away from us.
“Sometimes when you don’t win you forget how to win and that’s a little bit of where we are at the moment. For me it’s about getting the players at training to enjoy the environment because if they can enjoy being at training it’s going to make it much easier and much better for them to concentrate and to get that win.
“For me training hasn’t been a problem, the attitude of the players at training hasn’t been a problem. We’ve got a group of players that would rival teams in the top eight just in the way they are together.
"They love being at training, unfortunately our execution and probably our experience lets us down and gives opposition teams a lot more runs when we turn up to play them.”
The Wakefield defeat was Broncos 16th straight loss and things won’t get any easier when they take on the Giants at the John Smith’s Stadium.
Huddersfield, who finished last season at the top of the table, currently lie sixth and are in a rich vein of form having beaten Leeds and Wigan in their last two fixtures.
Earlier this week, Broncos received a boost when they beat off interest from other Super League clubs to sign promising U19 players Harvey Burnett, Toby Everett and Joe Keyes.