STANLEY boss John Coleman is confident his side will find their shooting boots and convert chances into wins.

The Reds have found the net in every game since the opening weekend of the season but have been punished in the last three weeks for missed opportunities.

Stanley have had 47 shots in those three league games, including 16 on target, but have managed just one goal in each fixture.

Yet Coleman, who added frontmen Luke Charman and Connor Hall on loan deadline day, is confident that those chances will soon turn into goals and wins, with the Reds having drawn their last three matches 1-1.

Asked to assess the last three matches he said: "Could do better. We are mindful of the fact that we are not taking the chances that we are making and you can practice that to a certain extent but you are either a goalscorer or you're not.

"The only difference for us from last year is that we are not putting the chances away that we are creating.

"I think the time to worry is if we were coming into this league and not creating chances, eventually they will fall for you and they will go in.

"We have got plenty of firepower."