Mark Randall inists that the Reds' fortunes will start to turn, as long as they keep their heads up and continue to work hard as a group.
The midfielder, who joined the club in the summer, pointed to the importance of maintaining a togetherness off the field as being crucial in seeing a turnaround in fortunes.
"It's really frustrating because we had a lot of good chances and hit the woodwork," he told iFollow Crawley.
"We're showing positives signs though and if we can get our heads up, stick at it and stick together as a group with the fans behind us then I really do believe our fortunes will start to turn.
"We're getting closer to that first win - we've been unlucky.
"Eventually those ones that are hitting the bar will go in, it will change."
The former Newport County man was keen to emphasise that the unrelenting league schedule could work in the side's favour as they search for their first points of the season against Swindon Town this weekend.
"But the games will continue to come thick and fast, and that's the good thing about football," he continued.
"It's a shame we haven't got game in midweek to put it right, because we're all raring to go again.
"There's a lot of character and experience in the dressing room.
"When we have to dig deep I'm sure we will - we've got a massive game next week and we'll all be ready for it."