Liverpool Ladies midfielder Chloe Jones is confident the Reds' first victory in the Women's Super League is just around the corner.
Wednesday's 1-1 draw with Doncaster was Liverpool's 11th game without a win.
"We are getting forward more and we are looking more of a threat going forward," Jones, 23, told BBC Radio Merseyside.
"The most important thing is that we stick together as a team and we will get the win by the end of the season."
Jones signed for Liverpool from Leicester in May and she believes the club's form is on the up ahead of Sunday's trip to Chelsea.
"Doncaster was one of the first games this season that we've actually had chances to take," Jones continued.
"That's one positive looking into it - we are making chances now. It's just about putting them away and being more ruthless in front of goal."
Everton are at home to Lincoln on Sunday and hope to make it six straight wins after their 3-2 win over WSL leaders Birmingham.
Midfielder Amy Kane scored the winner in midweek and she hopes their great form will continue at Marine against the Lady Imps.
"We seem to play better against the big teams and struggle against the teams mid-table," said Kane.
"But we've got to build some momentum, keep picking up points along the way. Then come the end of the season we'll be up there with a chance depending on whether other results going our way."