Leeds United midfielder Brenden Aaronson has called for everyone associated with the club to "stick together" after their defeat against Leicester City on Thursday.
Robin Koch's own goal and a second from Harvey Barnes condemned Leeds to a third straight defeat and extended their winless run to seven games.
The supporters voiced their criticism towards both Jesse Marsch and the players after the defeat, and Aaronson admits that the players must do more amid growing pressure on the manager.
"At the moment, I can understand they they're frustrated but we can't blame anyone in a sense," Aaronson told Amazon Prime.
"We're the ones on the field, we need to be doing better. Jesse is a fantastic coach and I'll always back him because he is. It's just up to us right now, we have to play better.
"We have to look onto Fulham and that's a season, it's ups and downs, and we've just got to keep our heads straight and we'll be fine going onto Fulham.
"Stick together until the end, that's this club and that's what we do best."
Leeds stay 16th due to their superior goal difference over Aston Villa and Wolves respectively, but missed out on the chance to increase the gap to three points.
The Whites return to Elland Road on Sunday to face Fulham, before games against Liverpool at Anfield and another home clash against Bournemouth. The pressure will continue to build on Marsch for as long as their wretched run continues, but Aaronson is determined to consign tonight to the past, and swiftly turn his focus to the weekend.
"In my head, I'm not [concerned]," Aaronson said. "All I can do is look forward to Fulham. The game is over, the game is [in the] past, and what I can do now is look onto Fulham.
"That's the kind of person that I am and I'm going to try and do it to the team as well and I'm sure we all are."