GRESLEY boss Martin Rowe is looking for a response from his players when they host Chasetown tonight, kick-off 7.45pm.
The Moatmen were beaten 3-2 by Rainworth Miners Welfare on Saturday after twice leading the game through goals from Jordan NAdat (pictured).
They are now 18th in the Evo-Stik NPL Division One South, just three points off bottom spot.
Rowe said: "I've just said to the lads that defeat has put a lot more pressure on them for tonight.
"It's no use moaning about it.
"The players have got to pull their socks up which I think they are doing and working hard but we are not putting our chances away.
"It would take all the pressure off the back four if we did that.
"(coach) Richard Butler has just said the game should have been finished at half time but we hadn't and we got punished for it.
"It's up to me and my staff to sort it out and get the players going for Monday's game."
Rowe could name an unchanged side for tonight's game.