Chester FC boss Jon McCarthy says that it is the responsibility of the management team to ensure the Blues turn a corner in the National League.
Chester have lost three of their opening four games and conceded nine goals in the process to leave them with just three points so far this campaign.
Individual errors have been a recurring theme in the defeats but McCarthy says that he and assistant manager are happy with what his squad are doing but suggested that they may go back to the drawing board in a bid to get some results.
"The responsibility is ours," said the Blues boss.
"I'm delighted with the work rate and effort of the players. We trust all the players in our squad."
"It is me and we'll look at what information we give them and we are working really hard and we got a reaction the other night. We started the game really well and when we went behind we came back at Barrow and had chance to level the game. Reactions are something I'm getting.
"I don't worry about that, I feel that it's there."
McCarthy also confirmed that both Ross Killock and Luke George would be fit and available for selection for Saturday's trip to Boreham Wood.
James Alabi sits out the second of his three game ban for his straight red card against Maidstone United last weekend while James Akintunde could get a chance from the start at Meadow Park this weekend after scoring one and making another in a 30 minute appearance from the bench in the 3-2 loss to Barrow on Tuesday.