Linnets boss Simon Clark is hoping for an immediate reaction from his players when they host Stourbridge at The Walks on Saturday.
Lynn slipped to their third defeat in five games against Lowestoft and are currently languishing in 19th place in the Southern League Central Premier Division standings.
Clark said: "We're not good at the minute and I've said to the players that words mean nothing. It's all about actions and what we do at training and out on the pitch.
"I will be in. I will stand up to it and make it work here but who wants to come with me we'll probably see in the next few weeks.
"There has to be a reaction, at training and also against Stourbridge on Saturday. It's not about what the players want to do, they are part of a group.
"Whether we play with two strikers or with three like we did against Lowestoft they are part of a squad. There haven't really been any special moments yet but we will move forward and we will get better."
The Linnets have fitness doubts over midfielder Michael Clunan and striker Michael Gash.
Stourbridge, who are managed by Gary Hackett, were involved in a barmy ten-goal thriller at Coalville last weekend with the Glassboys coming out on the wrong end of a 6-4 defeat.
Hackett played in the Football League for Chester City, Peterborough United, Shrewsbury Town, Stoke City and West Bromwich Albion.
So far this season, his side, who drew 1-1 with Halesowen on Tuesday night, have registered eight points from their opening five fixtures.
Aris Christophorou and Darryl Westlake are nearing fitness for the West Midlands outfit but Jack Duggan and Callum Powell will have to be assessed before the weekend.