Boss Neil Bayliss is unconcerned by Launceston's poor start to the season, after winning only two of their opening nine matches.
The Cornish All Blacks have lost four games by a single point and have six bonus points from their nine outings.
"If we were getting thrashed by 20 or 30 points a week we'd obviously have a problem," he told BBC Radio Cornwall.
"We haven't got a problem, it's just those few crucial things in a game which aren't going our way."
Launceston, who are third from bottom, host eight-placed Worthing at Polson Bridge as they look for just their second home win of the season.
"I think once things do go our way, we're playing rugby in the right areas and it will click," Bayliss added. "Hopefully this weekend we'll turn Worthing over.
"All I ask for is patience because we are building. We're building bridges again with a whole new squad virtually, new coaches and a new ethos at Launceston and it does take time," added Bayliss, who