STANLEY captain Luke Joyce is relishing the chance to run out at the Store First Stadium again this Saturday.
And having lost those three as well, Stanley hope to benefit from some home comforts as they welcome newly-promoted Luton this Saturday.
“It’s a massive game,” said Joyce. “With it being at home we’ve got to be looking at getting the three points.
“It’s not nice at all to lose all four so far. The first three defeats were by the odd goal so to then lose by four at Shrewsbury was demoralising.
“But now we’ve got to use that disappointment as motivation.”
The Reds took 13 games to register their first league win last term although they had picked up a point by now.
“We can’t look back on those four games now, we’ve got to look forward,” added midfielder Joyce.
“Even if we get one point on Saturday it’ll stop the rot. It’s nowhere near as bad a position as what we were in last season and we got out of that. I’m confident we’ll be all right.”
Luton have four points from nine after they scored a last-gasp equaliser to salvage a 1-1 draw at home to Bury on Tuesday night.
Stanley keeper Jay Lynch is set to make his first Football League start against the Hatters.
The 21-year-old came off the bench at Shrewsbury after fellow rookie Luke Simpson was sent off for giving away the penalty for the hosts' second goal. Simpson, 19, must therefore serve a one-match ban.
Reds' boss James Beattie had made four changes following last Saturday's 2-1 loss at Cheltenham and is set to swing the axe again after losing 4-0 in midweek.