Bournemouth assistant manager Jason Tindall is confident their form will turn after the ex-Championship leaders' run of five league games without a win.
Eddie Howe's side are fifth after Saturday's 0-0 draw with Blackburn, three points from the promotion places.
"As long as we are creating chances and performing as we are it will quickly turn for us," said Tindall.
"The most important thing is that we remain confident and stay focused - there's always another game."
The Cherries are the Championship's second-highest scoring side but failed to find the net for the first time in six games against Rovers.
But Tindall is convinced they have been playing well throughout their current poor streak.
"We'll keep believing, we'll keep working hard, keep playing as we are and no doubt, with these kinds of performances, the results will turn for us," he told BBC Radio Solent.
Bournemouth have a chance to record their first win since 7 February when they take on play-off hopefuls Wolves on Tuesday evening.
Wolves have won their last three games but Tindall believes a quick turnaround is just what his side need to change their fortunes.
"When you're playing well and you're trying to find a way to win a game you want the games to come thick and fast."