Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal says he is optimistic ahead of today's Champions League game against Wolfsburg.
The Red Devils were heavily criticised after last Saturday's goalless draw at West Ham United, their eight game in which their failed to score goals.
But the Dutchman says it's a matter of time before the goals will come from his side.
"The moment is always the most important thing in this question as we have to fight against Manchester City in the league, or against Liverpool, and for the fans they are very important," van Gaal reporters.
"But in this moment, I believe this is the most important match but only at this moment.
"It's also very important for the club to continue in the Champions League and also for the players because they want to show their qualities at the highest podium. That's also why it is very important.
"I know that we must score goals. As a manager I know we must score but when you ask about the performance as a team, I am satisfied.
"I have the experience as a manager that the goals shall come, because when you are creating chances at the end you will score and finish those chances.
"It's a matter of time and I hope we can prove that tomorrow."