Lewie Coyle is confident the team have what it takes to turn results around as Hull City prepare to visit Luton Town.
The Tigers head to Kenilworth Road on the back of successive defeats against Huddersfield Town and Peterborough United.
Coyle says it is imperative everyone sticks together and chances start to be taken after the frustration of Wednesday night.
“We’re only going to get out of this as a group, staff included,” said Coyle.
“We all have to pull in the same direction, we all have to do the right things and we will come out the other side – I’m more than confident.
“Against Peterborough, we probably had enough chances to win two or three games of football.
“Ultimately, we came away with no points again, which is very frustrating, very disappointing.
“Again, we played well but it’s the fine margins and the small percentages in both boxes which are letting us down.
“We have to take them chances and that’s on us as a team collectively - the quality coming into the box and the quality to take our chances.
“I feel like we need to have a lot more of a ruthless and clinical edge about us.”
Coyle will be hoping that comes to fruition against a Hatters team unbeaten in their last four.
“It’ll be another tough game,” Coyle added. “There’s no easy game in this league; every game will be tough.
“They’ve got off to a good start themselves, they’ve got their tails up and we’ll be looking to go there, try and stop their momentum and take all three points.
“We go into every game of football looking to take three points. We’ll put a game plan together, go down to Luton and try to exercise that.”