Just like most red blooded males, the boys from the Western Sydney Wanderers head out on the weekend looking to score.But while they've created more chances than any other A-League team this season, they're just not getting much love in front of goal.So far this season the A-League rookies have scored the least amount of goals, finding the back of the net just four times from 84 attempts.League leaders the Central Coast, by comparison, have scored almost triple the amount (11) from 64 shots.But Wanderers inaugural coach Tony Popovic says his charges aren't disheartened by their low strike rate, insisting they will find the potency they need in their forward pack."We just need to score, that's just what has to be done," Popovic said on Friday."There's no panic among this group, there's no panic among this club."I'm a strong believer that if we keep performing well and keep creating the opportunities we are we will score."I'm happy that we're getting in the right areas of course and happy that we're getting shots but we need a better conversion rate and we're working on that."The combinations are getting better, the players are starting to understand each other better and we're keeping the ball a lot better in the front third."So we can see a progression."Former Newcastle and Sydney FC striker Mark Bridge has been the Wanderers' most effective player up front, scoring two goals and creating 20 chances.Youngster Joey Gibbs has also found the back of the net scoring the lone goal in the Wanderers' 2-1 loss to the Jets last week.The 20-year-old has so far had seven shots in the three games he's played and Popovic hinted the 20-year-old could be a more permanent fixture in the starting 11."There's a good chance he will (retain his spot), yes," Popovic said."He has done well ... he's showing everyday in training that he's getting better and better."When a player is showing that on the training ground usually that does show in their game on the weekend and the boy's doing great."A key component for the Wanderers attack has undoubtedly been Japanese international Shinji Ono.The star playmaker has yet to score and was denied a goal against the Jets after forcing a save from `keeper Mark Birighitti, but Popovic is certain it's only a matter of time."I think he showed in the last match that his sharpness was there," he said."It's a shame he didn't get a goal because I thought he really deserved a goal, but I know that will come but his general play was outstanding."