Napsa Stars coach Mohammed Fathi believes his players lack confidence in front of goal and they need psyching to change the situation.
Fathi was not happy that his team failed to utilise their chances and ended with only a point . He however is not too worried a he believes his team has enough games left to change their fortunes.
" I think players are lacking confidence in front of the goal. We created alot of chances but failed to score so will need to psych them to concentrate more in the final third," he said.
"A draw is not good for us especially that our target is to finish in the top two but if you look at the table the difference between us and the top teams is just six points. Football is a funny game you might find the teams that are winning start to lose games and the table may change," he added.
Napsa Stars were held to a goalless draw by Nkwazi on Saturday to make sure the Pensioners went six games without a win.