Mark Molesley wants Saturday’s win over Scunthorpe United to be a catalyst to go on a run.
James Olayinka’s goal handed Blues their first home league win this season.
Blues boss Molesley said that confidence is a lot higher because of that, and the fans coming back, who really spurred the team on for the 90 minutes.
“We’ve got to use that [the win against Scunthorpe] as a catalyst,” said Molesley. “I said it felt like the season started on Saturday with our fans back in, players available, some of the injuries clearing up, it felt really positive. We’ve got to back that up now.
“We’ve got to remember what brought us that win; hard work, endeavour, togetherness, the crowd and us together as one. We’ve got to try and repeat that now on Tuesday and use that as a platform.
“I think the camp has been in a good place irrespective [of the results]. Obviously after games it hurts, but we’ve always been working hard and had a clear vision that we were going to get some of the injuries back.
“Definitely it’s given us a huge bout of confidence. Like I said, the belief never went but sometimes confidence was lacking.
“We can really believe in ourselves and use this as a springboard to try and put a run together.”