Rose manager Mark Bradley believes his squad contains more than enough talent to return the club back to winning ways.
They face West Calder United in a a Fife and Lothians Cup second round match tomorrow (Saturday), a perfect opportunity for Linlithgow to regain their form after a frustrating afternoon against Bonnyrigg last week.
“We have not played as well as we know we can,” said Bradley.
“The player have to apply themselves for 90 minutes week in, week out and not in fits and starts.
“We have to kick on and sling a few wins together.
The club also announced this week a testimonial for striker Gordon Herd.