Eilidh Currie is looking for a return to winning ways when Pompey host Watford this afternoon.
The defender has featured for the Blues in the opening games of the season and started the midweek defeat at Chichester.
Although they left Oaklands Park empty-handed, heads remained high following a strong performance against their neighbours.
And now Currie wants to see Pompey push on and achieve a more positive result when the Hornets visit the PMC Stadium for a 2pm kick-off.
Speaking in the programme for the National League South contest, she said: “We’ve been unlucky in recent games and it is important that we get back to winning ways this weekend.
"We have proved to the fans and ourselves how much we really want this season to be a successful one."
“After such a strong performance against Chichester, we have proved to the fans and ourselves how much we really want this season to be a successful one.
“We are going to take the team spirit and pride for the badge that we showed on Wednesday into Sunday’s game – and we will work hard to come away with all three points.”
Despite suffering three successive defeats, Currie remains upbeat and focused on the fixtures that lie ahead.
She said: “There are still lots of points to play for and trophies to be won. We’ve made some really impressive additions to our squad over the summer, so it provides healthy competition – and another challenge for myself.”
Also in issue four, Bekah Tonks reveals her firsts and lasts, while there are the usual round-ups from chairman Eric Coleborn and Blues boss Jay Sadler.
The 36-page packed matchday magazine is available to buy for just £1 this afternoon.