Colchester United striker Kayode Odejayi has said his side's lack of points has taken the gloss off his goal-scoring form.
The 29-year-old has netted three times in five games this season, but the U's have picked up just one win.
"I would have preferred a few more points on the table for the team," he told BBC Essex.
"From a personal point of view I can't be that happy because the last two games we haven't picked up any points."
The Nigerian is already one goal shy of last season's tally, when he scored four in 50 appearances.
"I feel good and I'm among the goals," he added.
"Maybe after a win on Saturday [against Oldham] I may be feeling a bit better."
After an opening-day victory over Preston, the U's have failed to find another win, drawing with Wycombe and losing to Charlton and Huddersfield.
"When you look at the manner in which we've dropped points, without being too harsh, it's a bit disappointing," said Odejayi.
"The games we haven't got anything from we've left feeling disappointed.
"But we're looking good when we get our game going and we look like scoring all the time."