Bradford host Featherstone on Sunday desperately seeking the victory that would end their miserable run of form.
The Bulls remain rooted to the foot of the Championship after seven defeats in a row, but winger Omari Caro insists one win would lift the mood around the club.
“A win would change everything massively, as that minus two is a monkey on our back at the moment and we can’t seem to get rid of it,” he told the club’s official website.
“A win would help us kick on for the rest of the season and would give us some daylight, some breathing room.
“We know Featherstone are a good side – the last time we faced them this year they beat us. But as I said before, we need a big performance, we owe the people and the city a win, we need to get off minus two and start progressing.
“We’ve been in this week and working on how (Leigh) Beattie wants us to take on Featherstone. A good number of guys are back fighting fit this weekend, so we should be back up to good numbers in the squad.
“To give the boys some credit they have stuck in – performances may not have been great at times but the boys have given their all. The heart is there, no one goes out there to lose.
“The effort is there it’s just the execution – hopefully we can start putting some performances together and start to get some results.”