Ian Allinson maintains that if St Albans City keep believing in what they are doing then the good times will finally come calling again.
Five games into the new season and Saints are still without that first success, although they did pick up their third draw in the 1-1 stalemate with Dorking Wanderers at Clarence Park.
And the City manager insists that they are not a million miles away from snapping that unwanted record.
“Apart from Braintree we’ve done alright, that’s the crazy thing,” he said.
“I made some decisions against Braintree which didn’t help us as a team so we reverted back to what we’ve been doing.
“We’ve been in the game [against Dorking], we have been hard to break down and Dean Snedker hasn’t had a save to make.
“We’ve got to keep believing in what we’re doing and we’ve got to keep believing in the players and if we keep going, eventually we’ll get that win on the board.”