CLUB captain Rob Edwards today called on the fans to help Town rally this season.
The 34-year-old defender, a substitute in Saturday's 2-1 defeat by Wrexham, believes unity is essential to rekindle a play-off challenge.
"We are having a sticky patch, but we've got enough character in the dressing room to get through it and we have to stay together like we have in the past," said Edwards.
"No-one likes to hear booing at the end of a game because it was a frustrating afternoon for everyone - fans, players and management alike.
"But we need the fans behind us. The next home game is a big one against Bradford and we need everyone together for the battle ahead.
"We've got 10 days now to regroup before the Swindon match and it's important we don't get our heads down.
"We're a good, honest bunch of lads, we will work hard in training and we will prepare to come out with all guns blazing in the next match."
On the defeat, Edwards added: "We were all gutted.
"We could easily have been ahead at half time despite not playing the best and then the penalty of very disappointing.
"Mirf has made a lunge, but the linesman should be flagging like hell if it's a penalty and he didn't move a muscle.
"The referee was in an awkward position but he still gave it."