Juande Ramos’ side have now gone five games without a victory after our fourth successive 1-1 draw against Bolton Wanderers at The Lane on Saturday.
But our Ivory Coast midfielder believes we did enough in that game to prove we are capable of taking so much more from our remaining two games of the season.
Didier said: “We haven’t won in five games but now we have two more games left and they are important for everyone because we are professionals and we want to win.
“The Reading game is very important because they want to stay in the Premier League and we need the three points. If we win this game, we go into the Liverpool game and we’ll look to finish on a high for the fans.”
On the Bolton game, he added: “When we play at home we want to take the three points so it is frustrating because we wanted to win.
“We played very well in the first half, moved the ball well and had chances to score. It was a surprise to concede the goal so quickly in the second half, we wanted to come back from that and we did well to do so. A point is not a bad result.”
Didier Zokora has had enough of drawing games and is therefore hoping our winless run comes to an end against Reading next weekend.