Three straight defeats with ten goals conceded is likely to hurt the goalkeeper more than most and Kasey says this unwelcome tide must be stemmed at Highfield Road.
"The first step is getting a result - no more than that," he reasoned. "After three losses in a row you've just got to stop it, it can't go to four.
"If it is 5-4 to us that is fine - I don't care. Get a victory, get people feeling good about themselves and move on. We need to string together four or five games unbeaten, regardless of how they come and then we will find ourselves in a much better situation."
Kasey knows that Division One outfit Coventry will be seeking an upset in front of the live television cameras and says the players must dig deep to avoid such an outcome.
"I've played against them several times in the past and they'll be a good team looking for a scalp, no doubt about it.
"We've got to go there, dig deep and try and get something out of it."
Kasey Keller insists the first step on the road to recovery is to secure a result against Coventry City on Wednesday.