He recruited strikers Freddie Sears and Clinton Morrison over the summer, but the team has only scored four times in six games - and has yet to find the net away from home.
Asked about how he would address the run of poor results, he replied: "I'll have my head high and I'll be talking to the players in exactly the same way and I'll try not to be as despondent as you are.
"I'll look at the fact where we've had 16 shots (against Doncaster) and they've had 10. We've had 24 crosses and they've had 12, I think that's quite positive and I'll stick with that and work with the team."
"If we maintain the spirit of the team against Doncaster, the spirit of the team last Saturday and what we've shown in pretty much all the games, apart from that second half at Tranmere, then we give ourselves the best chance of coming back into matches and starting to win again," he said.
"It's easy to support a winning team or be with a winning group, whether you're a player, a supporter or a manager like myself.
"The hard bit is toughing it out when things are difficult."
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