Notts County manager Chris Kiwomya said his side lacked a cutting edge after a goalless draw at Crawley.
The result extended Notts County's unbeaten run to seven games, but manager Kiwomya is disappointed they have only won twice since he took charge.
He said: "I want to win games and I'm disappointed with a point. We needed to win so it's points dropped."
Notts have only won four times since the end of November and Kiwomya admitted that his side lack a "cutting edge".
Kiwomya added: "Away from home we've played well, but we need quality to finish teams off. We need a cutting edge.
"Looking at the play-offs we can still do it, but we need back-to-back wins.
"Hopefully I will be able to bring in a couple of players on loan to help us. I want players to win the shirt.
"We need to work at it as our final pass on the counter-attack wasn't good enough on the day.
"We've got to be able to take chances when they come."