Denis Odoi says everyone at Fulham is hurting after the Bristol City fixture.
A below par display condemned the Whites to a 2-0 defeat, meaning we ended October without a win in four matches.
“Everyone was devastated in the changing room,” Odoi told fulhamfc.com. “By the performance and the result.
“At the moment we are heading through some difficult times. This is obviously not how we envisaged things going at the start of the season.
“We need to keep our heads together and think about what has gone wrong. We really need to spend a period to assess.
“The players, staff and the fans are very disappointed with how things are going. Last year was such a great year and we were all hoping we could continue at that level.
“That is the disappointing thing, especially as it is more or less the same players. So that’s what is worrying but that is why it is so important to stick together.”
After a decent start to the game by Fulham, two soft first half goals from the Robins did the damage.
“I think if we had been a bit more clinical it would have set the tone,” Odoi stated. “But it was the same as many games, where we had chances and then conceded a goal and then things went down for us.
“Sometimes we are conceding goals that are just ridiculously easy. Both goals we conceded were preventable, they were like child’s play. We all know that.
“We are in the corner on the ropes and getting punched in the face and we need to shake it off.”
Fulham don’t have to wait long for an opportunity to get back to winning ways, albeit a stern test at league leaders Wolverhampton Wanderers on Friday night.
“In one way we have a chance to redeem ourselves pretty quickly,” Odoi said. “We have got a big challenge ahead of us in Wolves.
“We need to asses the video from the game and get things off our chest and move forward.
“You are only as good as your last game but you are also only as bad as your last game, so now we have a new match to redeem ourselves and hopefully we can do that.”