Danny Coid says the Stanley players are supportive of new boss Paul Cook and they are confident a win will come soon.
Cook is yet to get his first point on the board, or see the Reds score their first goal under his management, but there is no panic at the Crown Ground.
Coid, 30, said: "The gaffer has come in and is trying to do everything right but unfortunately he can’t get a win at the moment.
"It’s not down to him – it’s down to us as we are the ones on the pitch and he has not tried to change much.
"The lads are behind the gaffer. We are getting on with him and he is getting on with us and he has got a lot of belief and confidence and gives us plenty of encouragement that we get the ball down and play.
"He wants to do all the right things and I think it will come in time. It might come tomorrow and it’s a massive game against Port Vale. If we can get a win then that can kick us on for the rest of the season."
The Reds have slipped to 14th, eight points off the play-off places after previously being in the top seven.
"It’s hard to look at the table and see yourself slip down a few places," added the defender. "It does deflate you but if you look at the difference in the points you only need a couple of wins on the bounce and you’re straight back in there."
Coid admitted Saturday’s Swindon loss was hard to take but they can take heart from their second-half show against the League Two leaders.
He said: "I think we seemed a little bit nervous at the start of the game. I don’t know why because Swindon were always going to come at us in the first 10 or 15 minutes and it was up to us to deal with it.
"A couple of mistakes makes it hard and we had the sun in our eyes too which didn’t help, although I don’t want to make excuses.
"Swindon are top of the league for a reason – they have good players.
"It could have been 5-1 or 5-2 to them at half-time. They got the first but then we had a few chances and hit the post and, when the second goal went in, it was hard but we kept going and the second half was a lot better, there was more structure to us and a bit more belief.
"The first half wasn’t acceptable – we know that – but we can take positives from the second half.
"We still had a few chances and the keeper (Lee Nicholls) was fantastic on his debut, he kept us in the game at times."