Goalkeeper Chris Weale is calling on Shrewsbury Town to rediscover their best form again ahead of part one of this week's away double-header at Brentford tonight.
The former Leicester City No 1 admitted Town were not at their best as they were sunk by a late goal in going down 1-0 at home to Swindon last weekend.
But, speaking ahead of tonight's trip to Griffiin Park which will be followed by another away game at Doncaster Rovers on Saturday, he's hopeful Town can quickly get back on the right track.
"Losing at home is never a good thing," said Weale. "We didn't create many chances but nor did Swindon so we would probably have both settled for a 0-0.
"We've got to move on from it and pick ourselves up.
"We are playing some very good stuff but unfortunately on Saturday we didn't get on our game as much as we have done.
"We want to play football and we want to entertain so hopefully we can put it right tonight.
"Everyone's positive and upbeat, proactive and wanting to do well and wanting to succeed. If you've got that core basis then hopefully it will be a good season."
Weale produced another good display between the posts against Swindon, preventing former Shrewsbury striker James Collins from getting on the scoresheet, and he's relishing playing regularly once more after not featuring as much as he would have liked in Leicester's first team last season.
"I'm really enjoying playing," he added. "I've wanted to come and play as much football as possible. I'm loving every minute of being on the football pitch at the moment.
"On a day to day basis, I like to work as hard and as sensibly as possible. If that reflects well on my performances then great and hopefully that will continue."