Swansea City manager Michael Laudrup conceded that he was concerned by the club's form after he saw his side lose 2-0 at the Britannia Stadium to Stoke City.
Peter Crouch scored two first-half goals to consign Swansea to their third consecutive league defeat, and it was also the third game in a row that the South Wales outfit have failed to score.
Although Laudrup was confident of success in home games to come, he admitted that the scoreless run was causing him some anxiety.
"We talked about how Stoke would play," Laudrup told Sky Sports.
"We had to keep them away from the 18-yard box and we couldn't do that in the first half.
"We knew before the game that Stoke may score, it is more the fact that we did not create and did not score for the third game in a row.
"That is something we have to improve in the next two home games.
"Yes of course it does [worry me]. Every time you lose a game or two, or in this case three, and especially don't score, you have to be a little worried."
Swansea now face Reading and Wigan at home in the Premier League, before tough trips to Manchester United and Liverpool.