Enzio Boldewijn believes that the performances of the side so far this season have gone unrewarded.
Ahead of Saturday's trip to Swindon Town, the winger insisted that the amount of chances the team have created shows that they're working in the right way.
"We're working really hard in training, we just need to start putting the ball in the back of the net," he told iFollow Crawley.
"I think we can feel hard done by that we haven't got better results so far, because we've created a lot of chances.
"We still have great belief in what we do and we'll go again tomorrow.
"They're a strong side, but we believe we can beat anyone and that's exactly what we'll be looking to do."
Enzio believes that Head Coach Harry Kewell's experience as a player will stand the Reds in good stead, pointing to the fact that training sessions have a regular high intensity.
"It's been good - he works us really hard," he continued.
"He's played at the highest level and we all listen every day and try to do our best for him and the club.
"We know the fans want us to start winning matches, and if we keep working the way we are then that should come."