Sylvain Distin is refusing to panic despite a chronic lack of finishing from his team-mates this season.
Everton were guilty of missing a clutch of chances during Saturday's 0-0 draw with Wigan at Goodison Park.
Currently sitting 15th in the Premier League, the Toffees can point to many occasions when poor finishing has cost them valuable points.
Despite admitting the lack of a clinical touch was a growing concern, Distin insists there will be no finger-pointing within the Everton dressing room.
"It's a team game, I'm not going to start blaming anyone," said Distin in The Sun.
"I am not worried because we created a lot of chances again. If we hadn't created the chances then maybe it would be difficult.
"But maybe we are opening teams up, so it is about fine tuning - the last pass, the last shot.
"We have to be patient. What else can we do? Do we give up or carry on? We carry on working and I'm sure our luck will change. I have been in the game long enough to know that one goal can change everything.
"It is a bad run. That's football, you have to deal with that. But we can change that next week."