The defender knows they key is to start turning draws into wins and hopes to do just that when we travel to Newcastle United in the Barclays Premier League in our next outing on Monday.
We travel to Tyneside having gone six games unbeaten in all competitions but with draws in our last three league outings - Bolton and Liverpool away, Villa at home.
The feeling is certainly we could and should have got more reward from the Reebok Stadium and Anfield, where we were denied by a last-minute goal in a 2-2 draw last time out.
"It was obviously disappointing to concede so late on, but the way we played, particularly in the second hal, showed the spirit and the character of the boys and the quality they possess as well," stated Michael at Spurs Lodge this week.
"That is what it boils down to. We have shown the commitment and we definitely have the quality in the squad to climb up this table.
"We are unbeaten in six games, including progressing in the UEFA Cup and Carling Cup, and it is now a case of turning our draws in the league into wins and hopefully that will start very quickly."
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Michael Dawson feels it's only a matter of time before we start climbing the table.