Callum Elder has stressed the need to regain momentum, starting against relegation-threatened AFC Wimbledon this weekend.
Hull City remain in third place but have only won one of the last six league matches and were beaten 1-0 at home by Ipswich Town on Tuesday night.
The left-back knows the importance of finding consistency and says his team are more than capable of going on a run.
“We’ve put in some really good performances this season,” Elder said.
“The (recent) form hasn’t been good and we’ve lost a bit of momentum and we need to get that back quick if we’re to achieve our goals this season.
“All we can do is continue to work hard. We’ve put ourselves in a good position with 15 games to go. We are staying positive.
“This season, we’ve proven that we’ve achieved the levels and hit the levels required. However, over the last few weeks, we’ve not done that on a consistent basis.
“We need to get back to doing that consistently because that consistency is what other teams around us are doing at the minute. That’s what’s achieving their success.
“We know we’ve got it in that dressing room – 100% – but we need to go out and prove that.
“If we can get back to the levels that we have achieved this season, a lot of the time, we can put ourselves in a really good position come May.”