Midfielder Jake Taylor says the squad will keep believing ahead of Saturday's trip to the New Lawn.
The 24-year-old is back enjoying his football after a number of injuries and believes, if the side keep up their level of performance, results will follow.
“I’m trying my best, I’m just enjoying my football again," he said.
"Injuries prevented me from probably getting a run of games last season.
“We keep believing, keep working hard in training and trying to improve, hopefully that win comes on Saturday."
“It’s just that consistency, if you have a consistent run of performances the results tend to come.
"They’ve not come yet because maybe the calibre of opposition have just been a bit too much at times for us, but if we keep that level of performance, I’m sure the results will come.”
Ahead of Saturday's Sky Bet League One clash with The Green, Taylor admits Morecambe's sole target is leaving the Cotswolds with maximum points.
“[It's] another tough game, probably a team we are looking that we need to go in and win, take points off,” he added.
“They’ve just been promoted from League Two, coming up against them in League Two and seasons gone by they’re a really good footballing side.
"They like to play the ball from the back and have done reasonably well since the start of the season, so it’ll be a tough game, but we’re going there to win.”