Halifax manager Jim Harvey saw his side lose 1-0 to basement club Kidderminster Harriers and admitted it was a toothless display from his side.
He said: “We’ve got four games to go and we need a couple of wins but at the moment I’m wondering where they’re going to come from.
“It was a game that I expected us to get something out of but I don’t think we managed to trouble their goalkeeper at all.
“We had loads of moments from set-pieces but we look a little bit toothless at the moment.
“We put plenty of effort in but there was no real skill or thought and we didn’t create an awful lot. It wasn’t good.”
The home side let the Shaymen off the hook when they missed a second half penalty but Harvey admitted he was disappointed with the response of his players
“After they missed the penalty there was another 30 minutes or so to go but although we huffed and puffed we didn’t have enough quality.
“The boys up front just aren’t firing at the moment. It’s disappointing.”