It was another case of the same old story at Elland Road on Saturday as they wasted several chances which could have sealed an important three point in Yorkshire as they had to settle for a 0-0 draw.
Havertz, who continued in the side for consecutive games, missed two chances but it’s proven to be a collective issue for the Blues this term and Havertz knows they need to do better.
He told the Mirror: “We don’t score enough goals. We get good chances, but we’re not clinical enough in front of the goal.
“We had good chances against Leeds, I had two chances myself. We have to keep working hard and make it better next time.”
Tuchel was also asked on whether he would bring in a new centre-forward this summer to solve the problems in front of goal, but insists they will keep working to find a breakthrough.
He said: “It is not time to reflect for the summer and other solutions, other than what we have. We have guys that we are happy with and are looking for more solutions; we will try to help them.
“In general, I am happy because we don’t only look at the output in how they score and assist. Of course, this is a statistic in which every striker is attached to and everyone has to have the mentality to cope with the statistic. It is like this at high-level football.
“We are still waiting for a breakthrough for the guys to be on a run to score consistently, it is not the case. We will never stop pushing and looking for solutions to create even more clear chances for them. That’s the way it is.”