Soldado, Emmanuel Adebayor and Jermain Defoe have accounted for just 11 of Spurs' 31 Premier League goals this season, with the England international set to depart for Toronto FC on Feb. 28.
Dimitar Berbatov was linked with a return to White Hart Lane in January but opted to sign for Monaco, with only Harry Kane left to provide depth once Defoe exits.
When asked by reporters if he regretted a lack of January business, Sherwood replied: "No. We're all right with the strikers.
"It's just a matter of time before Robbie hits the target again and he starts scoring and he gets on a run. I thought he was all right [Saturday]. I thought his hold-up play was good. He had a few opportunities, a few volleys there which sometimes fly in, sometimes they don't.
"I'm not putting any pressure on him and he's not putting any pressure on himself. He's a good trainer, he's just got to stick at it. We've all been professional footballers and we know what it is like. You have just got to stick at it. What can you do?
"It doesn't just happen. You have got to keep training hard and working hard at it and then it will turn it round. It always does. I'm sure it's not the first barren spell he's had."