Next up is Aston Villa and Blackburn, before we enter into an exciting period of cup football which could shape our season - Chelsea in the Worthington Cup semi-final and Coventry in the FA Cup.
Glenn explains that the team must turn a corner and make sure that the two recent defeats to Ipswich and Southamton is just a glitch in an otherwise encouraging season.
"We've got to make sure that it is only a wobble," says Glenn. "That's the key to the coming games. we've got Villa away then Blackburn at home then we turn our minds to cup football with the FA Cup and Worthington Cup.
"There is a lot on our plate and hopefully that remains the same because that will mean we're successful."
The power of the pool of players at Glenn's disposal will be examined over the coming weeks and Glenn feels that character will be called for to ensure a positive conclusion.
"It's testing the squad, we haven't got the depth of squad like the top five and now is the period of time that it's going to be tested. We've got to show a lot of resilience and a lot of character. To turn two defeats into something a bit more positive."
Glenn has emphasised the importance of overcoming our current wobble with a testing programme of games approaching.