Midfielder Paul Gallagher insists there is no need to panic after a difficult start to the season for North End.
The Lilywhites have one win under their belts from the first six games, but the squad are confident that things will turn around sooner rather than later.
Speaking to PNE PlayerHD ahead of Tuesday's game against Cardiff City, the 32-year-old said: "There's no need to panic, there's plenty of football still to play. We were in a similar position last year and we know we are capable of going on run, last year we kept six clean sheets in a row and took points off some big clubs.
"We are not panicking, we believe in what we do, and we believe in the staff and we all have to stick together as a football club and we will come out of the other side.
"We have got honest players and as you saw on Saturday we are willing to create chances and work hard but now we need to start taking those chances.
After continuous progression over the last three seasons, Gallagher wants everyone involved with the club to stick by the side going into a busy schedule as they look to get back to winning ways in the league.
"We are not a million miles away but we don't want to make excuses, but sometimes we would rather play ugly and win games.
"This club has come a long way, when the gaffer came it was in a bad place and now we have brought the club to a really good place, playing at a good level of football.
"So we need to all stick together as a football club, the supporters, the players and the staff and keep that team spirit up that we are well known for at this football club and get back winning games."
To hear more from Gallagher on PNE's current form, Tuesday night's game and more, go to PNE PlayerHD by clicking on the video below.