Orlando Pirates coach Milutin Sredojevic has defended the club's finishing coach Stephane Adam.
The retired French striker, who recently joined Bucs technical team, has come under scrutiny due to the Soweto giants' scoring woes.
Bucs have dominated their matches this season, but they have been let down by shoddy finishing and a lack of composure in the penalty area.
Sredojevic has called for patience as he believes Adam's work behind the scenes will soon pay off.
"In a complete aspect of providing, when you put the player of the field and tell him to play football, if you succeed then attack the goal, if you fail then defend the goal,” Sredojevic told the media.
The Buccaneers have scored four goals in four matches and one of them an own-goal, while Justin Shonga netted from the penalty spot.
“I believe that we are doing a complete product, however, that product now needs spicing from the point of angling, technique of finishing and all other related issues," he continued.
“We have thus designed a program where our new coach Stephane Adam is working every day with a different group of players," the 48-year-old tactician added.
The former Rwanda coach believes that the Buccaneers will soon become a free-scoring side.
“We are rotating them as part of a process where we are looking at how as time goes we can improve in that aspect and then real fruits will come through [with] a much better conversion ratio," he concluded.
Pirates are scheduled to take on Bloemfontein Celtic in a Premier Soccer League (PSL) match at the Free State Stadium in the City of Roses on Sunday.