Phil Babb says the mood in the Hayes & Yeading camp remains good despite a run of three straight defeats.
United were beaten 3-1 by Skrill South new-boys Concord Rangers following previous failures against Maidenhead and Sutton.
Babb’s side had made a good start to the season but have seen results take a turn for the worse and are now on a dismal run of one win in nine matches.
But despite their poor form, the former Liverpool centre-back insists his players are still heading into games in a positive frame of mind.
He said: “Just because we’ve had three straight defeats doesn’t mean it’s all doom and gloom. The club has done well in the first half of the season.
“We’ve been thinking about what do we need to do to make sure the second-half continues in the same vein. Now is the time to do that thinking, before it’s too late.”
Hayes & Yeading are due to take on Farnborough at Kingfield this weekend.
United’s 2-1 win at Boro in October remains one of their best performances of the season as Jack Mills hit a dramatic stoppage-time winner to cap-off a fine victory.
Mills rammed home a penalty in added-time to steal all three points after Louie Soares had cancelled out Josh Huggins’ early opener.
Babb is hoping to see more of that fighting spirit on display this Saturday.
He added: “If you looked at the way the lads celebrated [against Farnborough] there was a great spirit and that belief has not changed.
It’s an important game for us and we need to get back to winning ways. People need to look at themselves, look at their performance, and raise the game because their positions are under threat.”