Western Sydney Wanderers coach Dan Barrett has said that his side just need to score a goal to get their season back on track.
The Wanderers didn't have the start to the season they were looking for with a loss in the Sydney Derby to Sydney FC.
However, they were able to dominate parts of the game against Brisbane Roar and Perth Glory but it has been turning that possession into goals which has been there downfall.
"We dominate large patches and periods of those games where we create many chances but we don't obviously capitalise on those chances and I think that is going to be the big difference moving forward," Barrett said.
"I'm sure once we get the ball in the back of the net things will change," she said.
The Wanderers are currently the only team not to have scored or picked up a point this season.
The last time the team had this long of a goal drought was in the 2015/16 season, where they went 357 minutes without a goal until Erica Halloway scored in the final game of the season against Glory.
Barrett is hoping the team can get up against Newcastle Jets on Saturday night.
"The girls are working so hard and there's never been a team that I've been involved with that I want to win more than this one," he said.
"Just simply through their attitude with me, their work rate at training and game day.
"We just need to score and I'm sure that will be the catalyst of a good run of results," Barrett said.