Our American number one accepts performances against Fulham and particularly West Ham were not up to scratch but a glance at the Premiership table sees us still within six points of Champions League qualifying with nine games left - including a vital clash against Liverpool on Sunday.
"It's not doom and gloom by any means," said Kasey. "It's just that we knew we had a couple of games that we could have picked up points from and it's a frustrating to pick up one when we should really have picked up four.
"It's been tough but there is no problem. There are nine games left and if we win a couple on the bounce then it's game on again.
"We've not fired on all cylinders, the last couple of games haven't been that good and we know we have to play better than that.
"But we've had pretty good home form all season and if we can continue that, win our remaining home games and pick up the odd win and a few draws away and we'll have a great shot at it.
"It's all about who can produce the form at the right time. For us, that starts on Sunday."
Kasey Keller has shrugged off any thoughts that it's all doom and gloom around Spurs Lodge after a couple of disappointing results.