Dean Holdsworth feels Aldershot need to find a killer instinct after suffering a third defeat in four games to Morecambe.
Kevin Ellison opened the scoring for the Shrimps with a spectacular volley and Lewis Alessandra sealed the points with a late strike for Jim Bentley's team.
Having seen his side fail to score for a third successive game, Holdsworth said: "I'm getting pretty fed up of managers telling me what a good side we are without getting any points.
"We conceded two fabulous goals which has won the game for Morecambe, but overall we have had a lot of possession and played some fantastic football and asked a lot of questions from the Morecambe defence.
"Unfortunately we couldn't get a final finish and I think that is the missing part of the jigsaw for us at the moment. We need a bit of luck in front of goal.
"The lads must not let their heads down because we are 95% there and I am sure it will turn. You cannot keep playing as well as we have been doing without getting points."