Stoke, who slipped to a 2-0 defeat at Manchester City on Boxing Day, have struggled since the start of the month and have managed to pick just one point.
Despite the poor run, Pulis is not too concerned and is now targeting a crucial run of games, starting with Birmingham tomorrow.
“We have had a tough run of games,” Pulis said. “Arsenal, Aston Villa and Manchester City all away from home, with just one match at home in the middle is very difficult.
“But, as a Premier League club you just have to accept there will be a run of games where it is going to be difficult to pick points up. Now we have a run of home matches, which are going to be crucial.”
He has also vowed to make changes ahead of the game in an attempt to freshen things up. “We need some fresh legs,” Pulis added. “Two tough matches in 48 hours is a big ask for anyone.”
Chesterfield boss Jack Lester felt his side were unlucky not to claim all three points after their 1-1 draw at Cheltenham.
New Swindon manager Phil Brown revelled in his side's victory at Cambridge in his first game in charge.
Graham Westley believed his side 'disintegrated' in the second half of their 2-0 loss against Wycombe.
Port Vale manager Neil Aspin praised his side's 'fighting spirit' after they came back from two goals down to draw 2-2 with Stevenage at Vale Park.
Garry Monk had every reason to have a wide smile on his face after guiding Birmingham to a vital 3-0 Championship home win over below-par Hull.
Lee Johnson was delighted for Milan Djuric after the striker's 64th minute goal boosted Bristol City's Sky Bet Championship play-off bid.
Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder was left frustrated with his team's quality in the final third after they drew 0-0 against Nottingham Forest.
Mark Robins praised his players resilience as Coventry's game management counted in a hard-fought victory at Crewe.