Barnsley manager Mark Robins watched his side draw 0-0 at Derby and insisted they need to be more clinical in front of goal if they are to start winning games.
The Tykes went close through Garry O'Connor and Danny Haynes while Theo Robinson and Jamie Ward could have won it for Derby, but both sides had to settle for a point.
Robins said: "We got a point away from home. When you don't look like winning a game, it's important you don't lose it.
"Derby came to spoil it - they are fighting for their lives and they made it difficult for us and it was a difficult surface too.
"Goalscoring is something you have to work hard at. They don't just come - you've got to work on them. We aren't working hard enough in front of midfield.
"But it was a poor game overall and I have to admit it didn't make for a great spectacle."