UNDER-PRESSURE Barrow boss David Dunn stressed he will do everything in his power to turn the tide.

The struggling Bluebirds are precariously perched above the dreaded drop zone back to non-league football on goal difference.

They have won just two games since their long-awaited return to the Football League.

Max Watters’ hat-trick did the damage for the hosts as Tom Nichols also scored from the spot.

Josh Kay and Sam Hird had put the visitors 2-1 ahead before they collapsed with Connor Brown being sent off in the second half.

“Like any manager that’s on a bad run you worry,” admitted Dunn, whose side haven’t won in the league since securing back-to-back wins at the end of October.

“There’s a little bit of pressure that comes with the job.

“Do I want to win more games? Obviously I do.

“I can’t affect anything else, all I can affect is what I do and that’s lead the team as best I can and keep going for this football club.

“Hopefully we can turn things around and get some positive results.”

Dunn is desperate for his confidence-zapped side to build some much-needed momentum to get their season back on track.

They travel to Scunthorpe on Tuesday night and Dunn doesn’t care if they win by hook or by crook as long as they pick up a vital win.

And the former Blackburn player stressed: “We need to find a way to win.

“At the minute two wins in the league isn’t good enough at all.

“We have to find a way, there’s no two ways about it.

“All I can do is try and prepare the team as best I can for Tuesday night.

“Hopefully we can kickstart our season.

"I really thought today was going to be the day that we kickstarted our season.”