King Faisal head coach Andy Sinason is optimistic his charges will start converting their chances following their 1-1 draw with Bechem United.

The Insha Allah Boys have been struggling to convert their chances despite creating several opportunities in their previous games.

Sinason who managed his second game against Bechem United rued his side missed chances but remain optimistic things will change going forward.

“All over Ghana we luck clinical finishers so I make use of what I have at hand.” the coach told FootballMadeInGhana.com

“Every coach will be happy when his players are creating chances, once they start scoring, the goals will flow. I’m sure things will change going forward. This is a game we should have won but here we are taking home a point”

The former Swedru All Blacks manager also dismissed the notion that he is a draw coach after drawing his first two games in charge of the club.

“I have played two drawn games since I took over, we just couldn’t convert our chances so I won’t agree when someone says I’m a coach of drawn games. Hopefully I will get my first win in our next game”

King Faisal will be hoping to return to winning ways on Sunday when they welcome Elmina sharks at the Ohene Ameyaw Park in Techiman.