The Eagles winger is adamant that the side just nee done win to get their season going again after poor run of form.
The Eagles have taken just three points from their last 10 Premier League matches since 19 December, a streak which has seen them fall from potential European candidates to just eight points off the relegation zone.
Alan Pardew admitted after the latest defeat, a 3-2 loss at West Bromwich Albion, that his side are now getting embroiled in a relegation battle, and Bolasie accepted that that is indeed now the danger for the London club.
However, the 26-year-old, who only returned from injury on Saturday after a lengthy lay-off, is adamant that the club just need a spark to turn their season back around.
He told cpfc.co.uk: "You get these periods in the Premier League. It's a tough league, every week you're going to get a decent challenge from every team, you can lose a game so easily. It's been a bit weird to be honest.
"I couldn't put a finger on one thing [that's gone wrong]. There's been a lot of injuries, not just to myself. We got injuries at the wrong time and the timing of those injuries [affected us]."
"It's hard to say, but looking at it properly you'd have to say you are [in a relegation battle]. You don't want to go to Sunderland and not get a good result up there, because then you'll start really looking over your shoulder and at all the other results. One win in the league will definitely change a lot of things for us - 100%."
Palace won nine of their first 17 Premier League matches of the season, but have now failed to win any of the last 10 following the latest defeat at the Hawthorns.
However, they have managed to embark upon an FA Cup run in 2016, setting up a quarter-final date with Championship side Reading thanks to victories over Premier League sides Southampton, Stoke City and Tottenham Hotspur.