UNDER-PRESSURE Derek Adams is refusing to panic after Plymouth’s fifth consecutive home defeat.
Argyle, who have now gone 10 League One games without a win, lost 2-1 to Fleetwood Town at Home Park at the weekend.
The former Ross County boss has seen his side plummet to the foot of the table while scoring only eight goals in 12 outings.
However, Adams, who once again snubbed on-loan Celt Nadir Ciftci who has yet to net in the league, insisted: “We are doing a lot of things right.
“But the obvious thing we are not doing right is putting it in the back of the net.”
Adams blamed wingers Graham Carey and Gregg Wylde for lack of accuracy from deadball situations.
He added: “The delivery was poor. It wasn’t good enough from a variety of players.
”Individually, it has to be better. They failed to put the ball into an area consistently.
“We are just about above mid-table in having shots in the games, but on target isn’t good enough and we haven’t taken the chances that have come along.”
Adams’ strugglers hope to break their home hoodoo when they take on league leaders Shrewsbury on Saturday.