Last Updated: Mon, 01 Apr 2013 14:48
Tony Pulis says he cannot fault the commitment of his Stoke players and believes they just need a break in front of goal.
The Potters slipped to yet another defeat away from home when losing 1-0 at Everton at the weekend and Pulis believes his side were hard done by and deserved at least as share of the points.
The same can be said of the previous away game at Newcastle when the Magpies came from behind and snatched victory at the death, and Pulis is hoping their luck soon changes.
"We created some fantastic opportunities and got into great positions, but the final ball has not been there," Pulis revealed. "I thought the application of the players was fantastic. You worry about their confidence, but they didn't show that.
"I don't think I've been in a position before where we have played so well and not got a result. To not get a point from either of our last two away games against Newcastle and Everton is very disappointing, and unfair to the players.
"We need a break - or to play badly and get a result. We have to bag a goal from somewhere."
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