Honduras striker David Suazo insists his lack of goals in the build-up to the FIFA World Cup™ is not a cause for concern.

The 30-year-old Inter Milan player has not netted for Los Catrachos in their last five games, with the most recent of his 16 international goals coming against Peru in November.

Honduras' form has generally been poor in 2010, with defeats by Turkey and Venezuela followed by draws against Belarus and most recently Azerbaijan on Wednesday.

Reinaldo Rueda's team have failed to score in three of those games, but Suazo is confident he can come up with the goods when it matters.

He told El Heraldo: "I think they are circumstances and we are working to improve them. The goals will come when they come. The important thing is the hard work of the group, which is being consolidated. People should be calm and realise that things are improving."

Suazo's next chance to end his drought comes tomorrow when Honduras take on Romania in Klagenfurt, Austria. They begin their Group H campaign against Chile in Nelspruit on 16 June.