Chris Gunter is confident Nottingham Forest will end their goal drought if they continue to play in the same manner as recent games.
Forest have failed to score in their last five matches and sit inside the Championship's relegation zone following Saturday's 0-0 draw at fellow strugglers Bristol City.
Steve Cotterill's team have the worst goal difference in the league and have scored just 18 times in 22 matches, but defender Gunter is convinced the goals will come.
"When you haven't scored you need to stick to what you are doing and believe it is the right way to go," said Gunter.
"We can't panic every day, it is our job to try and come in and stick to what we believe in.
"We believe that if we carry on playing as we are, we certainly won't carry on not scoring goals.
"We have looked more solid in the last few weeks and have not looked like conceding goals, so if we start nicking one or two we will be much better for it."