Edinburgh coach Andy Robinson is desperate for his side to find a cutting edge which will see them convert possession into points.
Edinburgh’s inability to cross the whitewash has hindered the results of the former England coach’s side in the opening weeks of the Celtic League.
Edinburgh dominated Ulster for long periods but the visitors were on the wrong end of a 13-9 defeat at Ravenhill.
The former Lions flanker hopes a more incisive Edinburgh side appears in the opening European Cup pool match against Leinster at Murrayfield on Saturday.
He said: “We played pretty well for the first 20 minutes, but we just didn’t score. It is frustrating that we can’t seem to buy a try at the moment – that is one thing that is really disappointing.
“We had a couple of opportunities, but didn’t take them. Then Ulster got a breakaway try, but unfortunately the ball was not in touch – even though the touch judge said ‘play on.’
“We were disappointed with the way we performed, but it is a collective thing. It is something that we’ve all got to take responsibility for and sort out."