Burnley midfielder Robbie Brady believes manager Stephen Kenny is changing the dynamic of the Ireland squad despite failing to win a game in seven matches.
The midfielder, however, is hopeful that Ireland will take some positives out of the above match and turn it around when they take on Bulgaria on Wednesday.
"It's been really positive since he [Kenny] has come in and he's put his ideas across to us, and the lads have bought into it," Brady said as quoted by RTE.
"It's been good. We've been creating chances, obviously, the goals haven't come yet but if we score a few it's a different scenario.
"There are definitely positives to take from it and once everyone is pushing in the right direction, I’m sure there will be good times ahead.
"You know how it is, once you have a few bad results, people start talking and pressure builds. But it's just one of those things we'll have to deal with.
"We've all have enough games under our belt to deal with it. So please God we get a win on Wednesday and we can push on from there."