Bolton Wanderers captain Kevin Nolan remains confident that Gary Megson will guide the club away from the relegation zone in the last four months of the season.
Since Christmas, the Trotters have lost four successive Premier League games, failing to score in the process, as well as crashing out of the FA Cup at Sunderland.
However Nolan, who has been suspended for the last two games - both 1-0 defeats to Arsenal and Manchester United - remains in an upbeat mood.
He said: "We're determined to get back to winning ways.
"If we play as well as we did against Arsenal and Manchester United in the remainder of our fixtures, I'm sure we'll pick up plenty of points that will see us move up the table.
"All the lads in the dressing room are up for the challenges ahead and we're all confident that we'll soon get the rewards our performances deserve.
"Although we've lost the last two games to a late goal, I think we played very well and certainly deserved at least a point from both of them."