Argentina star Lionel Messi believes it is 'only a question of time' before he scores at the World Cup.
The Barcelona goal-machine has yet to find the net as Diego Maradona's side have progressed easily out of Group B with three wins out of three.
He hit the post and forced two good saves from Alexandros Tzorvas in the 2-0 victory over Greece on Tuesday night, the second of which provided the rebound for veteran striker Martin Palermo to wrap up the win.
But while Messi admits he would like to score, he insists he is not bothered as long as Argentina keep winning.
The 22-year-old, who became Argentina's youngest ever captain when skippering the side against the Greeks, said: "I know I still haven't scored but I'm not bothered about that.
"Obviously I'd like to get a goal but it's only a question of time before it comes.
"The way Greece played made it tough for us. All they did was defend.
"Luckily we managed to impose ourselves again and we got another win, and that's what matters."
Boss Maradona is desperate for his skipper to score, saying: "I was sorry Messi didn't get a goal.
"I dived on the ground when his shot hit the post and if there'd been a swimming pool around I'd have jumped in head first."