Skipper on current form and Wycombe test
Luke Chambers said Town need to focus on rectifying their recent record rather than worrying about the current form ahead of a New Year's Day clash at Wycombe.
Blues head to Adams Park having not won in the League since 5 November, but still sit fourth in the League One table.
"We're having chats about things because stuff needs to be rectified," the Town captain told the Club website.
"We need to find a way to change things. We can talk about the first 15 games of the season all we want but we're a million miles from that at the moment.
"I don't think it's something to worry about, though. I think it's something to focus on and rectify.
"Recently we've let things get on top of ourselves. We've tried to force things and then left ourselves open and sides have capitalised.
"We need to draw a line under what has happened. We're heading into January, still in there, and a line needs to be drawn. Lincoln must prove to be an experience that we learn from."