Ipswich boss Roy Keane believes his misfiring side will come through a `sticky patch' and start hitting the net again after the 2-1 defeat at Watford.
Town dominated large periods of the game at Vicarage Road but only had David Norris' looping header to show for it and have scored just 15 times in 12 league games this term.
Keane said: "It's not about the right strikers or the right amount of strikers, it's about taking chances.
"Our final ball could be better but that is the hardest part of football. We got into good positions but took an extra touch and it is that extra piece of quality which we lack.
"Ultimately we've lost the game. You can talk about systems until the cows come home but it's irrelevant. We are struggling to score goals, it's a sticky patch but we will keep our heads down.
"The Championship is a very tough league and we know that as well as anyone. There was time for an equaliser and we nearly did it but as you know, nearly never made it."