FC Halifax Town boss Pete Wild says it’s not a case of rip it up and start again after back-to-back defeats.
Town host in-form Barnet on Saturday before then facing Yorkshire rivals Harrogate at The Shay on Tuesday.
They go into the weekend having lost against Yeovil and Notts County, with performances well-below the exciting standard they had set during a superb start to the season.
The Shaymen are third in the table, having won seven of their first 11 games, and could go back to the top of the division if they win and other results go their way.
“We’ve watched the game back from Saturday,” said Wild. “As I said on Saturday, I thought there was nothing in the game, one tactical mistake from the boys and they got in, and they won 1-0.
“It’s not a case of rip it up and start again, it’s just we’ve got to dominate the ball better, be better on the ball and look after it better.”