Gary Setchell looks to get shot-shy King’s Lynn Town firing at Histon

King's Lynn's manager Gary Setchell. Picture by Lindsey Parnaby/Focus Images Ltd

King's Lynn's manager Gary Setchell. Picture by Lindsey Parnaby/Focus Images Ltd - Credit: Lindsey Parnaby/Focus Images Ltd

King's Lynn Town boss Gary Setchell insists his shot-shy Linnets will 'catch fire' ahead of their Southern Premier League clash at Histon tonight.

Lynn were guilty of missing a hatful of chances at the weekend as they went down to a 1-0 defeat against table-toppers, Leamington.

Setchell was left fuming at his side's inability to turn performances into points once again, but is hopeful his side can start taking some of the chances they're creating.

'The lads are putting a lot of effort into this and this team will catch fire eventually,' said Setchell. 'But if you don't put the ball in the back of the net then you don't win football matches. It beggars belief the chances that we're missing.

'We're creating plenty of chances – it's very annoying that we're not taking them. Pedro (Alex Street) took a lot of stick last week (for his mistake against Barwell) but we've got to be equally disappointed with the lads that missed the chances.'

• Dereham Town will try to bounce back from their 2-0 defeat at Harlow Town when they go to Witham tonight, kick-off 7.45pm.