Scotland head coach Vern Cotter has admitted that he was 'frustrated' by his side's performance during their Six Nations defeat to England this afternoon.
The hosts enjoyed some good territory in their opening match of the campaign at Murrayfield, but in the end had to settle for just three Greig Laidlaw penalties as England ran out 15-9 winners.
Cotter acknowledged that his side did not make the most of their opportunities, but is confident that their problems can be fixed quickly.
"We probably weren't accurate enough. It is clear to see that, at times, we created opportunities enough to win the game," he told reporters.
"We just weren't accurate enough at keeping the ball. It was a frustrating game but the positive thing is we can put a lot of things right very quickly. As a team we can get so much better."
Scotland continue their campaign away to Wales in Cardiff next Saturday.