Harry Kewell was left to rue more missed chances after his side fell to a narrow 1-0 defeat to Cambridge United on Saturday afternoon.
Jabo Ibhere's second half goal was the difference between the two teams, but the Australian emphasised that the side's fortunes will turn and that he believes in his squad.
"I'm disappointed, we pushed really hard today but it wasn't enough," he told iFollow Crawley.
"But we've all got to keep working hard - I think we can all sense the frustration.
"But I'm up for a challenge, we've got to stick together - I believe in every one of my players."
The result against Shaun Derry's men means the Reds are still without a win in the league, but the Head Coach was defiant in his message when asked about the tough run.
"I think you can see it's going to happen soon - we're getting closer," he continued.
"If things had gone our way then the result could have been so different today, we hit the woodwork twice and kept creating chances.
"Once the chances start to go in, you watch - there's a few tweaks we need to make but I believe our fortunes will turn around."