Despite the setbacks, the skipper in the absence of Ledley King insists that confidence has not been severely dented and he strongly believes the securing of victory will provide the spark to set the team off on a run of further wins.
"The lads are fine, of course we are disappointed with our recent run, but we have got a lot of things to look forward to - the UEFA Cup and we are still in the FA Cup," considered Robbie.
"I have been through times like this before when you just can't get that win, but we know it will not last with the players we have. We've got too many good players to just sit back and accept it.
"We've got winners in our squad and we know a win is just around the corner and once we get that we will be back on song again.
"It is about sticking together, working hard for each other and bouncing back. I've got no doubt in my mind that we will be back."
Robbie Keane is convinced the quality of the squad will see to it that the winning habit is returned to very soon.We have lost our last three encounters - the Carling Cup semi-final 2nd leg after extra time - and are without a win in the Premiership in six since Boxing Day, with two draws recorded during that period.