Florent Malouda has tried to extract the positives from Chelsea's disappointing draw against Genk in the Champions League.
The Premier League side were forced to share the points in a 1-1 stalemate after David Luiz missed a penalty and with it a golden opportunity to claim victory.
However, French midfielder Malouda was impressed by the Blues' ability to create chances, which he believes will eventually see them winning again.
"The most difficult thing in football is to create chances,' Malouda told the club's official website.
"After you can always talk about efficiency and that is a matter of confidence, but the basics are there in our play.
"We had the possession of the ball, we played well and of course the bad thing is we have conceded another goal, but we still created chances so if we change and be more clinical then the positive results will be back."
Chelsea's ability to create chances is an element of their game that has pleased the former Lyon man.
And he has urged his team-mates to retain their belief as they try and emerge from their mini slump, having won just one of their last four games.
"I would be more worried if we couldn't create chances," he added.
"Of course it is a bad moment because we don't have the result we expected and our ambition is very high but there is no reason to be in doubt and be negative.
"We have to believe in ourselves and our capacity to change things and we must look forward to the next game to get back to the winning habit, and then everyone would look positive."