Hart, 25, reckons they will come good again and is hoping to repair some of the damage of a disappointing campaign at Manchester United on Monday.
He said: "It's hard for me to throw out any massive positives.
"The league table is over the season - it's not like they have won a bonus game worth 15 points and gone above us. They have kept winning and gone above us, so it has to be a true reflection.
"In various games we haven't done it. Every team will say you need at least eight performing and sometimes we haven't had that. United have been a machine who have kept killing and we haven't.
"We owe it to our fans to put on a performance.
"We have not given them the highs of last season but hopefully we can give them a good couple of results and repair a bit of the damage."