Kennedy Boboye's men slumped to their third straight defeat when they lost to Flying Antelopes but the striker insists they will return to winning ways.
The Umuahia-based club have been on a free fall since that 5-0 loss to Kano Pillars, having lost to Plateau United at home.
That poor form continued on Friday at the Nnamdi Azikiwe stadium when Enugu Rangers handed them a 2-1 defeat, but Simone insist that the bad patch will end soon.
"We are trying our best to encourage ourselves because it's not easy at all being in this situation. But I know that we shall be victorious in our next match," Simone said.
"All what has been happening to us (Abia warriors) is just a trial, we shall over come it and get back to wining ways soon.
"We just have to lift up our head and work as one, I know we will get through this tough times before our next home game.
" To our wonderful fans out there I really appreciate you all for your effort and I promise you all that in our next match you all will all be happy together again as one family. I love you all. Up Abia Warriors!."