Saturday’s 1-0 defeat at struggling Maidstone United was the latest blow to the Gulls’ already slim hopes of staying up.
Boss Owers blamed his side’s poor finishing for the defeat - one that leaves United nine points adrift of safety with ten games left to play.
He told the club’s website: “That’s something that has cost us dearly in the last couple of games. We’ve got no-one but ourselves to blame.
“I’m sure everyone’s writing us off but we haven’t given up, the lads haven’t given up – I can guarantee everyone that. We’re going to see it through right till the bitter end.”
Torquay face a crucial trip to fourth-bottom club Solihull Moors on Saturday but they travel to Leyton Orient before that and a result on Tuesday night would be huge.
“It will be a tough game,” Owers added. “I might just shuffle it; might have a think about having a look at some of the guys that haven’t featured and give them a chance. We have to consider every option at the moment.”
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