Dean Holdsworth vowed to get Aldershot back on track, despite their 2-0 home defeat to Bradford leaving the club still bottom of League Two.
Nahki Wells scored twice in the first half, taking his tally to 10 league goals, to condemn the Shots to their first defeat in five games.
"I want us to turn it around next week and I believe we will. I think I've seen enough over the last four games to show we have enough quality and the players to do that," Holdsworth said.
"I've never once doubted the team spirit because they're hurting as much as I am when we lose, and when we win we win together. We need to make sure we carry on that team spirit.
"Up until we made the individual error we were in the game but, as we've seen before, the first goal changes everything.
"All the preparation goes out of the window. I thought Sonny Bradley handled (the mistake) really well, he didn't let it get to him, it was an honest mistake, it was unforced, but we'd like one of those given to us at some point soon."