Tranmere boss Les Parry has praised his players' style of football but has warned them they must become more clinical.
Rovers have not scored more than twice in a single game this season and missed chances during Saturday's 2-1 defeat at Preston.
"We're playing a lot better football than last season and the season before and we're getting good chances but we're not making the goalkeeper make a save which is a problem," Parry told the club's official website.
"We should have had an equaliser at the end of the first half when Jose [Baxter] made the keeper make a decent save, but apart from that it's a lot of getting into good areas without producing an end product.
"We work on it every day and it will come.
"Once you start scoring goals they tend to come in bunches, a bit like buses."