Harrogate Town manager Simon Weaver lamented his side’s poor finishing after witnessing back-to-back National League defeats, but insists there is no reason to panic.
The men from Wetherby Road went down 1-0 at Woking on Saturday in a game that they did more than enough to win, before missing a series of clear-cut scoring opportunities on their way to a 2-0 reverse at the hands of Notts County.
And while Weaver admits that a lack of a ruthless edge is proving costly, he doesn’t feel that his players are too far away from where they need to be in terms of their overall level of performance.
“In front of goal, we’re not good enough at the minute,” the Town boss said after Tuesday’s loss.
“This is what’s cost us. It cost us the other day when we absolutely annihilated Woking in terms of football and chances created, but when opportunities are presented six yards out, we’ve got to start finishing them because it’s becoming daft.”