Plymouth Argyle's under-fire boss Paul Sturrock has called on his players to become "winners" and get themselves out of an eight-game winless streak.
"We've learnt a bad habit of losing," blasted Sturrock in an interview on the club's official website.
"They've learnt a bad habit of putting their heads down when we lose a goal.
"They have got to roll up their sleeves and give me 200 per cent if we are unlucky to lose a goal on Tuesday.
"Negativity and words, and thoughts, can be draining to a football team. I honestly believe there has to a positiveness about this game on Tuesday night."