Truro City manager Steve Massey said he was left frustrated by his side's 0-0 draw with Corby Town at the weekend.
The White Lions drew a blank in front of goal for the fourth time in their last five games.
"It's a bit of a consolation that we kept a clean sheet but it was definitely two points dropped," Massey told BBC Radio Cornwall.
"We had the greater number of chances and good chances at that and it's very frustrating that we didn't take them."
Massey added: "It was always going to be a 1-0 for me and it is pleasing that we were very solid at the back
"We knew it was going to be very, very difficult with the weather conditions and credit to both sides for managing to play any football at all. It was very awkward."
Truro's total of 26 goals make them one of the league's lowest-scoring teams this season and Massey admitted it was starting to turn into a problem for his side.
"It is a worry - we seem to be getting the defensive side of things right now, and it is really frustrating," said Massey.
"We create chances and a bigger worry would be if we weren't creating chances.
"We have ability and talent in the middle of the park and we will create chances. I keep saying we're due to give somebody a damn good hiding."