Salford Red Devils centre Junior Sa’u admits that the side is low on confidence following a disappointing 18-43 defeat at the hands of fellow top four hopefuls Wakefield.
Sa’u, sponsored by Bullen Conservartion said: “We just keep turning off in games which just isn’t good enough.
“Obviously, we’re down on confidence and there’s only us who can turn it around individually and as a team.
“We’ve got to keep working hard and get back to the drawing board, fix the errors and just keep trying heading into these final few games.
“You can see the boys are down but we need to stay positive. We’ve got three more games to give it a good crack and just make sure we give it our all in these final three games and see where we end up.
“Whether we make the top four or not we’ve got to go out there and give it our all these next three week and play with some pride.
Sa’u returned to the Salford side after not featuring since the Challenge Cup semi-final and says he can always get better on a personal level.
Sa’u said: “I’ve got to go back and look at my individual performance and see what I can work on because there’s always room for improvement.
“But, as a group, we’ve got to knuckle down and put some performances in through these final three week starting against Huddersfield next Saturday.”