To do that he knows we have to quickly turn around the dip in fortunes that has led to successive 4-0 defeats and a painful FA Cup exit at the hands of Chelsea.
The first chance to do that is Monday's live televised Premiership clash against Charlton Athletic at the Lane.
The midfielder insisted: "You have to respect Charlton as you do every Premiership team but we've had to suffer a couple of defeats and we need to get back to winning ways.
"We are all determined to turn it around on Monday and restore a bit of pride.
"It would be great to finish the season off in a positive manner.
"Then we'd have reached one cup final, one quarter-final and if we finish the season well, we'll look back at it as a success."
Darren reflected on how quickly footballing fortunes can change - three weeks ago we were looking forward to the Worthington Cup Final in Cardiff and the FA Cup quarter-final to follow, now we've the lost the final, lost in the FA Cup and it's suddenly crisis time.
"Things can change so quickly," he said. "They say a week is a long time in football and we've proved that. It's been a tough time but we're all determined to turn it around again."
Darren Anderton is determined that the season is remembered as an all-round success rather than one of cup disappointment.