Chelsea were forced to settle for a 0-0 draw with Bournemouth on Sunday.
The Blues are now 14th in the Premier League with one win from five.
Their biggest issue has been a lack of goals. Chelsea have scored five in five but three of those strikes came vs a struggling Luton side.
Nicolas Jackson and Raheem Sterling are currently the men tasked with providing the goals for the Blues but they are largely struggling.
Now, Axel Disasi, who scored in the 1-1 draw with Liverpool, has urged Chelsea to be more clinical in the box:
“We have to keep going in this way but be more killers in the opponents’ box,” said Disasi. “We created many chances so we have to keep doing this but we have to kill the opponent.
“When we see the game [again], I think we [will realise we] deserved to win. We didn’t score so the feeling is a little bit sad. That’s football. We have to keep going because I think we are performing on the pitch but just have to kill the opportunities when we have them.”
On adapting to life at Chelsea, Disasi added:
“It is my first year here and I feel better and know my teammates more game-by-game,” he said.
“The team is very young but we have a lot of quality. In the future, it will be good and I will be more comfortable on the pitch with my team-mates. I am doing my best to help the team. I think the future will be good.”