Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho has admitted he is concerned by the lack of goals in the early days of his tenure.
Real were held to a goalless draw by Levante on Saturday evening and have scored just six goals in their opening five La Liga games.
Two of those fixtures have now ended in goalless draws and Mourinho has admitted the lack of potency up front is beginning to concern him.
"I am concerned that no goals have materialised given the amount of attacking football and the opportunities we have had," he said.
"It is not normal to need so many opportunities.
"We have created chances against every team we have faced this season, and against Levante we have had so many but did not score.
"Not scoring has lost us four points, including the Mallorca match (0-0) and, although the team is very solid at the back, with one goal conceded in six games, we have controlled every match and have not scored.
"Every point you earn is one more, but in this case we are not happy with the point."