Derby County manager Steve McClaren says his side’s fortunes will change after a period of poor form.
The Rams are winless in six and have gone from sitting in top spot to now fifth place.
The latest defeat was on Friday night against Wolves where they had a Tom Ince goal controversially disallowed and thumped the woodwork twice.
A Bakary Sako goal gave Derby the lead before a horror show from Lee Grant where he ended up palming the ball into his own net doubled the score line for Wolves.
But McClaren is adamant his team will recover and be back in the promotion race after the international break.
He told the Derby Telegraph: “It will turn, no doubt about that and when it does we will see where we are.
“I think the future is bright because of the way we play football, the way we go about it, the attitude of the players.
“I am not disappointed at all about the future and where this team is going to go and what it is capable of doing.
“I love this team, I love working with it, I love watching it play, I love its attitude.”
The club are now six points off of leaders AFC Bournemouth and five points off second placed Watford.
Derby County are currently low on strikers due to injury woes and have been linked with Arsenal striker Chuba Akpom and Manchester United striker James Wilson.
The Rams are currently fifth in the Sky Bet Championship, having accumulated 67 points this season.