The Quakers have lost four of their last five National League North games and are only outside of the bottom three on goal difference.
Styche has been a rare success story for Darlo, scoring six times since his move from Tamworth in November.
Tommy Wright’s side have a chance to get back to winning ways on Wednesday when they host out of sorts Salford City and Styche hopes Darlington’s performances will start getting the points he thinks they deserve.
He told the club’s website: “From a personal point of view, it’s good that I’m scoring, but I would feel lots better if I was scoring and winning. We have to stick together, and hopefully our luck will start changing soon.
“We’d love to give the fans even more to shout about. I know they’re frustrated with results, but I can assure them that the players are just as frustrated as well, especially as there have been times in games when we’ve played very well.
“We’re matching opposing teams, it’s just that every mistake we make seems to be punished.”
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