Burnley boss Sean Dyce says he’s not really one to worry about the results.
Ditch, whose team has lost all three Premier League games so far this season, says he is focused on planning things ahead.
Clarets’ next installment is a clash with West Brom in Hawthorne on Monday.
They lost 4-2 in Leicester in the opening game of their campaign, then 1-0 against Southampton and 3-1 in Newcastle.
When asked when he would start worrying about not making decisions, Ditch said: “I never had to worry too much.
“I have always been a realist. In football there is always a concern at every moment in any matter. But I don’t really care.
“I think we plan: we plan, we review, we add more details, we see ourselves. I always look at myself first, the staff, and see what we do.
“Then we add the realities of the challenge, the injuries, etc., and then we add the facts of the challenge to the games we play because it reminds us that this is the Premier League, which is a very tough league.
“Then we process it all and move it all together and move forward.
“We are constantly working to get the best out of the players because if we do that, you will get results.”
Daisy missed seven players due to injury a few weeks ago, and three of Ben Mee, Jack Cork and Matt Lotten did not make a definite appearance before Monday’s game.
The manager believes former West Brom striker Jay Rodriguez could play a role as he missed the last three games of all competitions with an ankle problem, and Burnley Johan Berg Goodmondson (hip) and Bailey Peacock-Farrell (hip).
Ashley Barnes, James Tarkovsky, Goodmondson and Robbie Brady returned to the Match Day squad shortly before the international break.
Ditch said: “I like to think we’ve got a team coming back together, and of course there’s a mindset, there will always be a focus.
“They know the challenge. We now have a team with more experience due to the years we have played in the Premier League. We know the challenges and we know you can have tough characters in the Premier League.
“Ideally, you get points at the beginning of the board, which is a kind of safety net and everyone feels right about themselves.
“But we’ve had tough starts before. So that’s the task: to come through a tough start, sort things out and deliver good shows.”
Burnley face a West Brom team who have taken one point from four games so far this season.