Attacker Jamie Ward marked his return from injury with the equalising goal in Saturday’s 1-1 draw with Maidenhead United.

Ward came on as a half-time substitute and made the desired impact, firing home on the 83rd minute to earn a point for the Moors.

Speaking after the game, Ward pinpoints a common theme of missed chances as Moors’ downfall.

He said: “We had plenty of chances to take all three points but we’ve been saying it for a long time now – we’ve got to take our chances, we’ve got to be relentless.

“We’re just not doing that at the moment. I don’t know why, just things aren’t falling for us.

“We’re comfortable in the game, I just don’t get it. We’ve got to learn to deal with that expectation and play with it.

“For some reason we’re just a bit goal shy at the moment. Someone’s going to get a hiding soon, but when?

“We do like to make it hard for ourselves, I think we’ve seen that for a while now.”

Ward is confident that chances will be converted and points accrued, but insists that everyone needs to be on board.

“Something’s got to turn,” He continued. “The gaffer preaches a way that he wants to play and for people who can deal with the ball, it’s a great way to play.

“We’ve got to all get on board with it and all be brave to take the ball in tight spaces. It’s a trust thing with each other, but we’ve got to embrace it.

“We want to play football. We want to try and get out this league the right way. Things will turn, it’s just a matter of time.”