Currently, Wigan lie in 14th place in the Premier League which is a far cry from their slow start to last season, but the Spaniard is certain that his charges can push on yet still.
The Latics current unpredictable form has been typified by the fact that his side managed to grab all 3 points at White Hart Lane, before suffering a 2-1 defeat to West Brom at home the following weekend.
In their last 6 matches they have produced a mixed set of results with two wins, a draw and three defeats.
Martinez is adamant that the key to flourishing is to focus on the performance rather than the overall outcome of the game.
The 39 year old spoke to Sky Sports saying: “Every game is completely different and we need to be able to adapt in different ways and to different challenges that you get week in and week out,” “Yes, you want to get a good run of results but what is important is that you get a good level of performance.
“I think that we performed well on Saturday but the next steps are to be able to adapt in certain ways so you can keep picking up positive results week in and week out.
“But remember there is a process and we are getting very close to where we want to get.”
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