Wolverhampton Wanderers winger Bakary Sako has urged patience from the club's supporters after the side's latest defeat to Nottingham Forest.
Wolves were beaten 3-0 by Stuart Pearce's men yesterday in what was a worrying result for the side, given their recent form.
Kenny Jackett's side went into the match having lost their last fixture 5-0 to Derby County, but the hope was that the international break would have provided them a chance to work on their faults.
There were no signs that they have been corrected, though, and there is still much to work on for the team if they are to avoid slipping down the table at an alarming rate.
Wolves have only enjoyed success in recent times, after dominating League One last season, so a poor run of form is something that the team are not used to.
It has created a sense of frustration around Molineux, but Sako took to social media site Twitter last night to urge everyone to stick together.
We are going through a hard time but the most important is that we stick together and keep working. Thanks for the support as always :-)— sako bakary (@sakobakary26) November 22, 2014
Wolves have now conceded 22 goals in their last 10 fixtures and unless they tighten up at the back results are unlikely to improve.
Jackett is famed for getting his sides organised and well structured, but this is not something that Wolves can be classed as at the moment.
It will require a lot of hard work on the training ground for them to stop the errors that they are currently making, but Jackett will still be relatively pleased with the start his side have made.
Wolves are still in the top half of the table and if they can arrest this current slide a playoff push is not totally off the cards.