Tommy Wright will go back to the drawing board with his Corby Town squad today (Monday).
The Steelmen boss will haul his team in for an extra training session after they suffered a fifth successive away defeat when going down 2-1 at Warrington Town on Saturday.
Corby remain in the bottom four of the Evo-Stik Northern Premier League Premier Division - a position Wright insists is “not good enough”.
Despite their struggles on the road, the Steelmen will defend an unbeaten record at Steel Park when they entertain Stourbridge on Wednesday night.
And Wright insists his players need to “liven” up if they are to get their season going.
“Our away form is a massive concern,” the Steelmen boss said.
“We have lost five games, all by one goal and it is a real worry for us.
“But our next opportunity to win a game is on Wednesday night and we haven’t lost at home. That’s a record I want us to hold on to.
“But we have played 10 games and only got seven points. It’s not good enough.
“I want us to be chasing the teams at the top but instead we are chasing teams just outside the relegation zone.
“We need to sort things out and the boys need to liven up a bit. They will be in today and we will go back to the drawing board.”