Barry Fuller understands the Barnet supporter’s frustrations follwing the Bees poor start to the season but the defender added the players remain confident about pulling away from the relegation zone.

Barnet have yet to taste victory in League Two under Mark Robson but despite not collecting a win, the last two performances against Rotherham United and Fleetwood Town will provide a little optimism.

Fuller, who has captained the side in recent weeks following the absence of Jonathan Fortune, said: “No matter who you support, when your side are losing games you can lose a little bit of faith. But we have kept the faith in the dressing room and we believe we can get out of it.

“We hope the fans stay with us and hopefully we can reward them with the three points against Exeter.”

The former Gillingham defender joined the Bees in the summer. He was one of the more experienced players brought into Underhill during pre-season but recent signings have certainly boosted the average age of the Barnet squad.

“When I joined it was a very young squad,” Fuller explained. “But in the last few weeks we have brought in some more experienced players which is always good on and off the field.

“We are here to help the young lads but they can help us as well. No matter how old you are, you are learning every day.

“So we are all behind each other and in the dressing room as still believe we will get away from where we are.”