Tommy Lee believes Chesterfield need to start picking up points quickly if they are to remain in contention at the top of League Two.
The Spireites stopper notched up his first clean sheet in seven at the Memorial Stadium in the goalless draw with Bristol Rovers.
But, with three points from a possible 18 in the league, Lee says it is down to the players to turn things around.
He said: “It’s not been good enough the last three or four games and we need to change it around quickly.
“We’re a positive lot and the gaffer (Paul Cook) wouldn’t have it any other way. That’s a testament to the work the staff do through the week and the confidence they instil in us. We’ve got to repay the faith they’ve shown in us like we did in the first 12 games of the season. We need to start turning these draws and losses into wins.”