Simon Grayson has bemoaned a lack of creativity and luck in the defeat to Lincoln.
A second half goal from the home side’s Tyreece John-Jules consigned Blackpool to eight matches without a victory, and the manager acknowledges there is a great deal of work to do.
“I can understand the supporters frustration at the moment,” he admitted.
“I feel the frustrations too. It was a similar story today and there is a great deal of work to do. We are in this together, make no mistake. Everyone at the club needs to do better than we are currently.
“I’ve been involved in football nearly 30 years, and I know exactly what it can be like at times. When things are going for you, they go for you, but their goal sums things up for us at the moment. A clearance ricochets off of Jay Spearing and falls into the path of their striker who goes through on goal.
“We can’t sulk tonight or tomorrow. When it’s not going well you’ve got to work even harder, and we will come in on Monday morning and know we have work to do. We need to turn the negatives into positives and that is what we need to focus on.”