It has been a dreadful start to the campaign for Accies, who have taken just one point so far.
But Reid has asked for a little bit of patience and believes that, with time, his side will get themselves out of their current predicament.
"Although we have taken just one point, I don't think we have played all that badly," he said.
"Ironically, the point that we did get, we got with 10 men when we were up against it.
"But I have faith in the team and I do think that we will get there. It's far too early to be worrying about where we are in the league because there is plenty of time for us to correct it."
Accies take on Falkirk this weekend, a team who have also struggled so far.
Reid sees many similarities between the two teams and reckons it'll be a fairly even fight.
"They are in a position that we were in a few years back when we lost a lot of very good players and they can be almost impossible to replace," he said.
"I know myself how difficult it can be for the team to find its rhythm because when you don't have players who have been the lynchpin of your side, it is very hard.
"But I'm sure they'll be the same as us in that they'll be confident of lifting things and getting a little run going.
"We just want to go out and acquit ourselves well. As I say, I am not too disappointed with how we have been playing, but we just haven't been getting the results.
"Hopefully we can change that on Saturday because once we get a win under our belts then I am sure it will give us a big lift.
"We have a lot of youngsters in the team this season and we just need to concentrate on keeping things ticking over."