Tottenham Hotspur's summer signing Luka Modric remains confident that his side can overcome their dreadful start to the season and move away from the Premier League basement.
Spurs currently prop up the table, having earned a mere two points from their first eight league games of the campaign.
However, Croatia schemer Modric believes that his colleagues can help him engineer a rise up the table.
He told the club's official website: "The mood in the squad is okay, but everyone knows what the situation is and nobody expected to be in this position.
"The next league game against Bolton could be the turning point in our season if we win, because things will look so much better.
"We believe in ourselves and know we can win games because we have enough quality to do so, even though we haven't shown it yet.
"It's difficult to assess my own performances at the moment. I know I can play better, but I think we all can.
"It's not about individuals. If we play better as a team, then we can expect better days and better results.