Portugal coach Paulo Bento wants his side to recover their scoring form after two goalless encounters, to take the pressure off star forward Cristiano Ronaldo.
The Seleccao were jeered by disappointed fans following Saturday's 0-0 draw with Macedonia, having also failed to find the net against Poland in February.
With Portugal set to face Germany, Netherlands and Denmark in the group stage of Euro 2012, Bento knows they must find their scoring touch soon if they are to progress.
"There were no problems with players' attitude and that makes us calm," Bento told reporters. "We will try harder tomorrow [Saturday], knowing that Turkey will play differently. We want to improve every game, we want to win.
"I am an optimist by nature but there is concern for the game with Macedonia. Tomorrow we will have a different game, we want to win and therefore we have to score."
"We're not putting pressure on him [Ronaldo] to solve all our problems, but we hope he'll help us to solve some of them. We want a team that plays well. We don't want Ronaldo to have to do everything."
Portugal face Turkey on Saturday in their final pre-Euro 2012 warm-up encounter.© ESPN