Launceston head coach Mike Lewis says he wants to convert the "fantastic" play his side have shown in training into performances on the pitch.
The Cornish All Blacks have lost all four of their games and are bottom of National Two South.
"We look like world-beaters in training, we're fantastic," Lewis told BBC Radio Cornwall.
"The confidence is there and we really just want to build that confidence around the match day."
The club have yet to register a league point this season as they struggle with a reduced budget and a major change to the playing staff.
"We are some way behind some teams at the minute, but at the same time every week we're pushing on and trying to improve," Lewis added.
"But in pre-season we had 15 or 18 players turning up to training, just regular second team boys from last year. Now we've got 40 at training and we're working towards bigger and better things.
"That's a massive progression for us and we've got some great players in, we just need to be a lot more clinical in what we're doing, and when players start doing that their confidence will grow and we will see those results close and maybe tip in our favour a bit more."