OWEN Coyle insists Wanderers won't be down for long after hitting rock bottom against Arsenal.

Even though his side are now propping up the league with just three points from their opening six games, the Whites boss remains adamant that a change in fortune is not far away.

Coyle dropped skipper Kevin Davies for Saturday's 3-0 defeat against Arsenal at the Emirates but lost his replacement David Ngog after only 20 minutes of the game with concussion.

Gary Cahill had also not travelled with the squad to North London because of illness, while Stuart Holden was pulled out of the reckoning after failing to recover from his midweek game in the Carling Cup against Aston Villa.

“We will turn it around,” Coyle said. “If that means changing personnel or that one or two are playing in a comfort zone, then I have shown that I will change the team.

“What I do know is that a win is just round the corner, it's not far away.

“We've had big personnel missing with Gary Cahill, who has been ill, and Stuart Holden, who just missed out on being right. They are quality players to bring back into the group and we will be a better team for it.”