Boston United will be able to turn chances into goals and points into victories, says striker Mark Jones.
Saturday’s 1-1 draw with Brackley saw the Pilgrims stretch their unbeaten run to seven matches.
However, their past four clashes in the Vanarama North have all ended in stalemates.
But Jones believes that Boston have no cause for concern, as opportunities continue to be made in front of goal.
“We’ve got midfielders, strikers and even defenders creating chances,” the on-loan front man said.
“They’re not always going in, but the main thing is that we are creating chances.
“If it was a stalemate each week and nothing’s going in then you’ve got to worry.
“But the fact that we’re creating chances makes it look like we’re going to score every game.”
Indeed, from this current unbeaten run United have netted 10 times, the goalless draw with Chorley the only time they failed to find the back of the net.
From their 24 contests so far this season, the Pilgrims have only failed to score four times.
The team have netted a total of 38 times to date in all competitions this season.