Pirates have scored 3 goals in 3 games so far this season. They also failed to score in the goalless MTN8 semi-final against SuperSport United played at Peter Mokaba Stadium on Sunday.
Palacios however is confident his side will start scoring goals soon.
"We controlled the game against SuperSport United and they only relied on counter attacks. We created many goal scoring opportunities with Matlaba, Mbuyane and Benni missing the chances we created," says Njenje.
"I believe our downfall has been our pour finishing. In football if you can’t put the ball in the back of the net you can’t win matches. We will continue working until we get it right," he adds.
Palacios says they are still waiting for Zimbabwean striker Takesure Chinyama’s work permit to be sorted out. Chinyama was signed by Bucs last month.
The coach says he will remain patient with Collins Mbesuma after handing him his debut in Polokwane yesterday.
"Mbesuma is a very good player but we need to be patient with him so that he can adjust to the style of play of the team."
SuperSport and Pirates will meet again in the League game at the Peter Mokaba Stadium on Wednesday before the MTN8 semi-final second leg at Orlando Stadium on Saturday.
Pirates will camp in Limpopo until Wednesday and return back to Johannesburg on Thursday.