Hearts of Oak head coach Samuel Boadu believes his team were let down by poor finishing upfront in their 1-1 draw against Bechem United in the Ghana Premier League on Saturday.
The defending champions were held to a stalemate by the Hunters in their match week 28 encounter at the Nana Gyeabour's Park.
The draw sees Hearts of Oak drop to 4th on the league table with 44 points.
"We lacked scoring abilities. I spoke with my players about that and I believe it will gradually work going forward," coach Boadu said after the game.
"Four game unbeaten now. That's our hallmark but is unfortunate that we didn't start the season well but we believe better things will happen getting to the end."
"We taking the rest of games match after match, if we go all out and play well. We will be in a better position."
Hearts of Oak welcome Bibiani Gold Stars to the Accra Sports stadium on match week 29 of the Ghana Premier League on Sunday.