JOHN Coleman is confident that Stanley will turn on the style against Chesterfield tomorrow as they look to arrest their dismal home form.
The mid-table Reds have lost nine out of 12 games in all competitions at the FES and face a promotion-chasing Chesterfield side who have only lost once on their travels this season.
But the manager wants to make sure his team get out of the blocks quickly tomorrow and go all out for goals.
He said: "We have turned in a couple of good displays at home this season but last season we won five on the bounce which kept us up and they were stirling performances."
"We may change the system a little bit and we want to make sure we go out there and score goals and win."
Coleman has influential striker Paul Mullin back after a neck injury forced him to sit out the 5-0 loss to MK Dons on Saturday - the Reds’ heaviest defeat since their return to the league - and also Roscoe Dsane is on the mend following an ankle injury.
The manager himself badly bruised his toe in training but he is hoping his side can ease the hurt - and the pressure - on him tomorrow.
"This is a funny league as anyone can beat anyone at any given time," said Coleman.
"We were beaten 5-0 but we could also beat a team 5-0 - it is a strange league and it depends on the day.
"You just have to look at Rochdale. They were struggling and beating us has given them a lift and they have gone on from there.
"And we are now hoping it will turn for us. We need some luck but we have also to go out there and do it ourselves.
"We have big performances in us and hopefully we can put on one tomorrow."
Coleman’s squad has been tested with keeper Kenny Arthur (broken leg) and captain Peter Cavanagh (hernia) also out.
"We had four of our main players out on Saturday and we missed them but we have good replacements," continued Cole-man.
"Ian Dunbavin is a very good keeper, Rommy (Boco) and Ian (Craney) can play up front and Phil Edwards is a good defender.
"Our squad isn’t as big as the likes of MK Dons or Peterborough as their budgets mean they can finance bigger squads but we still have good players here.
"Paul Ince and his assistant Ray Mathias said Saturday was the best they have played this season when we had a rough day and now I guess we just have to put it to bed.
"It was just unfortunate that we did not gel and it didn’t work for us.
"Of all the times I have been manager, a scoreline like 5-0 hasn’t happened very often. It was hard to take but we move on.
"But we can and will learn from it."
The manager is desperate to turn the form around as he knows the pressure is mounting with a run of four homes losses on the run - and dwindling crowds.
"The chairman is of the same opinion of me - we both want to take the club forward and do well," he said.
"We have to work with the finances we have but we are both trying to do our best.
"Every game to me is the biggest game as I want to win everything - be it a youth game, a Lancashire Cup game or a League Two clash.
"You have to have that edge and that is what makes football so special."
Coleman is already looking at options when the January transfer window opens - and he admits some players may go
"I hope we can strengthen in January. I have made one or two enquiries about a winger, a left back and a centre half.
"We are not financially blessed that we can carry a squad of 25-26 and we want new players in so some will be leaving."