Wycombe manager Gary Waddock bemoaned his side's lack of goals this season after their latest defeat - a 1-0 loss at Yeovil.
Waddock was frustrated by the limited number of opportunities created by his team, and said that must improve in the coming weeks.
"I am not saying we were unlucky because we are getting too much of the unlucky. We need to win games and pick up points," he said.
"We haven't scored enough goals collectively, and we have let a few in. We need to be more ruthless when the chances come along.
"We had a lot of the play, but the problem is there for all to see - we have not scored enough goals.
"Yeovil got the points and they got away from us," he said.