Tommy Wright insists he will look at himself as well as his Corby Town squad in a bid to turn their horrific run of form around.
The Steelmen’s Vanarama National League North campaign hit a new low on Saturday when they were beaten 4-0 by Curzon Ashton at Steel Park.
Spencer Weir-Daley saw his penalty saved while the game was still goalless and Corby went on to concede two goals in each half.
The latest defeat made it 12 games without a win in all competitions and left Wright’s team second from bottom in the league table.
They will now begin their preparations for a trip to Gloucester City next weekend and Wright says he won’t be leaving any stone unturned.
“We are a third of a the way through the season and we are sitting second from bottom in the league. The table doesn’t lie.
“It’s easy for me to say I don’t believe we will be in a relegation fight but we have to start doing something about it, clearly.
“The concerning thing is we have been beaten 4-0 at home by a side we drew 2-2 with two months ago. That’s where we are. Some of the goals we are giving away are criminal.
“It’s up to me to look at the whole thing. I will look at myself and look at what I can do to improve on a personal level.
“But, as a team, the players have to do their bit as well. Individual performances are not good enough in some areas and we need to sort that out very quickly.”