Ned Kelly, is hoping that Port Vale can bounce back to winning ways against Yeovil Town on Saturday as the boys look for an immediate response in League Two.
Vale currently sit bottom of the league after some very frustrating weeks for the football club.
Alongside Ned will be Chris Morgan who take hold of the reigns following the departure of Michael Brown last week.
Speaking ahead of Saturday's game, Kelly is hoping that the squad can take their ability from the training ground to Huish Park.
He said: "On the training pitch they have been excellent!
"We've worked on a couple of different things as a whole group as we try to keep everyone involved as much as possible. The response has been good and the players have got on with it. We've had a few productive days on the training ground as we look forward to Saturday."
After falling short over the last couple of weeks, Kelly knows that Port Vale have the ability to climb back up the table and has full belief in his squad.
"We still believe in the players that they can go and get themselves on a decent run as we try to move the club forward", said Ned.
"We want them to get into a position where we tried to get the squad together as we all thought it would be."