Liam Gibson says the side is missing a little bit of luck but admits the team’s application and effort has been bang on.
The 25-year-old has started all five games in all competitions this season, and the defender has been impressed with the way the side have gone about their jobs early on in the campaign.
“We do look a lot more solid, even with the set-pieces and stuff like that, we look more of a threat - we just have to keep the application and commitment right,” he said.
“The effort and application has been brilliant from the lads this season already, we've just lacked that bit of quality on the night.
“I think we could have done with a bit of luck, even a mistake or something like that, but you win some, you lose some.”
The Shrimps are yet to pick up their first three points of the season, drawing two and losing two, and Gibson says the lads in the changing rooms are not worried about how things have played out thus far.
“None of us are worrying, we are only four games into the new season and we are showing a lot of positive signs,” he added.
"The effort is there, but I think we need to tidy certain areas up, the quality needs to get better.
“It is something that we will continue to work on in training, I am enjoying my football, I will play anywhere the gaffer wants me to play, we are 100 per cent focused on getting that first win of the season.”