James Dunne spoke to the press following Town’s 2-0 home defeat to Cambridge United.
Dunne came off the bench after Town conceded two goals in quick succession in the opening 12 minutes.
He said that, obviously, the dressing room was not a happy place to be and that they will be working hard in training to find the answer to their current problems.
“Obviously we’re down at the moment, we haven’t been playing well for the last couple of weeks.
“We’ve got to come in (to training) and get things right.
“We’re getting up to the final third but that final ball is our problem. And we’re letting in sloppy goals - we need to correct that quickly.
“Apart from 15 minutes, where they got their two goals, we controlled the game and huffed and puffed in their box. But we weren’t clinical enough.”
Dunne came on for Michael Doughty, who went off injured during the first half.
“We were two goals down at the time, I wanted to win some second balls and get us playing.
“We have to look at ourselves. We must stick together and work hard on the training pitch to get us out of the situation that we are in at the moment.
“A bit of hard work on the training ground and coming into a matchday and going at it is important.
“Giving it your all in the final third and in that box, instead of allowing them onto the end of the ball. And the same applies in our box.
“I think there are enough options, but the decision making of the person delivering that final ball is something we need to get right.”