Queens Park Rangers midfielder Ryan Manning insists the Hoops need to get a result at Bristol City on Good Friday on the back of three defeats on the bounce.
More so, Rangers come up against promotion chasers Sheffield Wednesday on Easter Monday, before the local derby with Brentford next weekend.
Manning, who stood out in the game with Brighton and Hove Albion last Friday, will be hoping to keep his place at Ashton Gate tomorrow.
And he says if Rangers can get a win, it will give them that extra confidence in tackling Wednesday 72 hours later.
"We have had some tough results to take lately. Taking away the Derby County game, we played two good games with Aston Villa and Brighton, where the team performance was solid," Manning exclusively told Get West London.
"If we can keep on playing well I think we are definitely capable of getting a result at Bristol City, and that will set the tone to face Sheffield Wednesday and also with the local derby against Brentford.
"It's an important one for us on Good Friday, we need to get a result to just a little bit of momentum going for next week."
Ian Holloway's side may have lost their last three, but only by the odd goal - so it's not like his side are being dominated and overrun.
And Manning says the team should take the number of positives picked up in the last couple of games in particular, ahead of the game with Bristol City.
"At the end of the day they were still losses, it doesn't matter if we got smashed 5-0 or lost 1-0, but there were positives to take from those defeats," he said.
"The fact we played so well against Villa and Brighton, it just shows we're good enough to mix it with the top teams in the division.
"It does give us good confidence as a team that we can pick up results and points. If we can go out and do what we did against Brighton and Villa, there's no reason we can't get a result at Bristol City."
Holloway was frustrated with his side last Friday night, as he believes his players can be as good as Brighton.
Manning thinks all that is needed now is for the attacking players to be "a bit more clinical" and put sides on the backfoot from the off.
"I felt and we all felt we mixed it well with Brighton. We were the dominant team at times and were the better side in the last 30 minutes," he said.
"We just need to be a bit more clinical and maybe get an early goal on top of that, but we played with the right philosophy and we are heading in the right direction to mix it with the top teams in the league."