Marouane Fellaini has said that he is keen for his fortunes to change in front of goal.
The Manchester United midfielder has found the net only twice this season, despite having had a number of chances fall his way.
Fellaini has acknowledged that he should have scored more goals, although he has partly attributed his low return to luck and the form of opposition goalkeepers.
"It's always good to score but, this season, I have missed a lot, I think," the 28-year-old told United Review.
"I have created a lot of chances but I have always hit the post or there were great saves from the goalkeepers. Sometimes it is the luck and I hope it turns.
"I know it is coming though because, okay, the luck can resolve itself. In the last few games, I've had the chance to score but the keeper is there or he makes a great save. That's football as well but I hope the luck turns. I know it is coming."
Fellaini has scored seven goals since his arrival at Old Trafford from Everton in 2013.