Under pressure Paul Dickov insists Doncaster Rovers can turn around their ailing form.
Back-to-back defeats to Fleetwood Town and Leyton Orient have left Rovers 17th in League One and just two points better off than bottom side Scunthorpe United.
High flying MK Dons are the visitors to the Keepmoat Stadium on Saturday.
“We’ve got to keep on believing,” said Dickov.
“I talk about it a lot. People might think after two defeats that I’m a little bit stupid saying that.
“But I believe in my players.
“I think we saw enough on Tuesday night to show that we can turn it around.
“The most pleasing aspect after the shambles that I saw at Fleetwood was that nobody could accuse the players of not having a go or not trying to win the game.
“We’re all slightly frustrated,” he added.
“They [Orient] had three shots on goal and they scored two goals.
“We felt we were worth a little bit more than what we got.”
Dickov said on Tuesday he was “pretty confident” of adding a new loan signing to the squad ahead of this weekend.