Lyle Taylor insists there is plenty of work ahead for Nigel Clough's side, despite a recent upturn in fortunes, following an accumulation of seven points from three games.
Taylor believes the future is bright under Clough but is adamant nothing can be taken for granted, despite two wins from the last three matches.
He remarked: "I don't think you can ever say you have turned a corner because you can always improve and the day you stop striving to get better is the day you are likely to fail.
"We are picking up points and moving in the right direction now. We have got the potential to move up the league but we are where we are at the present time and that needs to be addressed, first and foremost.
"Chris (Morgan) took a lot of pressure off the lads. From the second-half at Coventry we have played with a real belief and the lads are enjoying their football, which often brings about positive results.
"If we can continue this recent upturn then entering 2014 we should be in a lot better position than we are at the moment."
Looking ahead to the weekend's clash at Shrewsbury Town, the former Falkirk striker added:
"Shrewsbury is another tough game, as they all are in League One, but we go there full of confidence, especially on the back of our recent results.
"I am sure if we stick together and work hard for each other we will pull through and overcome this difficult start.
"The fans have been crucial so far this season and will continue to be in the months ahead, arguably they have been better than the players to date; now we need to repay their support."