Liverpool striker Fabio Borini insists he is confident that he and his team-mates will soon start scoring more goals.
Liverpool have made a slow start to the new season, scoring just four goals in four games.
Their failure to convert more chances has resulted in them failing to win in the Premier League this season, but Borini, who has scored just one goals in eight games since moving to Merseyside in July for a fee in the region of £11million, insists things will improve shortly.
"I'm working really hard on the training ground," the he told the club's official website.
"On my physical condition, technical side and tactical as well, with the manager and the assistant manager after training, with Luis [Suarez] and all the other players.
"There's not a particular key that can convert the chances into goals.
"It's just probably a moment or a matter of inches or luck. But I think we have qualities to convert the chances, we see in training and we work everyday on shooting. It will come.
"I know they will come because as a striker you always get chances in a game. It's probably just a moment that you get unlucky or the keeper makes saves. It's just a moment."
The forward Roma striker added: "I've played lots of games and I've been involved in all of them. It's great for me because I can get more experience than I played last year.
"I can get more experience in any kind of football - English Premier League and European football - which is very good for me. I didn't have pre-season training, it was hard at the beginning but now I feel a lot better."