Uganda Revenue Authority (URA) FC Captain Shafiq Kagimu says they need to find a solution to their goal drought as soon as possible.
Kagimu made those remarks after URA drew 0-0 away to Bright Stars on Saturday.
This was the second successive game in which the Tax Collectors failed to score after they had done the same against SC Villa, four days earlier.
Against a stubborn side in Bright Stars, Kagimu was quick to admit that they knew it was not going to be an easy game for them.
“They (Bright Stars) have been in great form and we knew it wouldn’t be an easy game. Kagimu stated.
“We, as much as our supporters, want to win games but a times it doesn’t happen.
“We gave our best but a point is all we could get.”
Despite earning just a draw, the result saw the Sam Simbwa’s side move to the top with 44 points, one above second-placed Vipers SC.
Next URA’s menu is a home fixtures against Mbarara City on Tuesday.
Ahead of the game where Kagimu calls upon his teammates to find solutions to the goal drought.
“We have to recover very fast as we have another match on Tuesday, there is no time for rest.
“We however need to find quick solutions to our goal drought as soon as yesterday.”
There are 10 games left this season and URA are in the hunt for a first league crown since 2011.