HIGHBURY have asked their supporters not to panic as a result of the Port Elizabeth-based team collecting just one point in their last three games.
Head coach Garth Dickinson assured that his side would still challenge for the Safa Eastern Cape Second Division league title this season.
After starting the new campaign with a bang by registering two consecutive victories, the home side were on top of the log for a short stint.
They then lost 2-1 to defending champions Mthatha Bucks, drew 1-1 with Angavu Stars and went down 2-0 to Tornado this week.
As a result, the team have slid into third position.
“This is a worrying factor because we were doing very well but suddenly there was a negative change and we have not been getting good results lately. But it is not the end of the road, there is still a long way to go,” Dickinson said.
He said they would have to put the defeats behind them and bounce back.