Wasswa Bbosa had urged efficiency from his forwards following a stop start beginning to the new campaign.
The Jogoos have only managed three goals in four games and only one has been scored by a natural striker.
Bbosa, whose side went into the international break 10th on the log after being docked points, believes it’s high time the chances created turn into goals.
“We are having this problem for the games played so far,” he said. “We start matches normally very well, create opportunities and we don’t score. We then get punished for profligacy in the end,” he added.
The former Express tactician also feels the international break will help him work on that.
“It’s mainly what we are working on this break and we hope to be sharper in our forthcoming matches.
SC Villa will play UPDF on October 14 when the league returns and four days later, visit struggling Maroons at Luzira.