Striker just wants to add goals to performances in the World Cup.
By Nicholas Veevers in Cartagena
England U20s striker Saido Berahino
believes goals could be just around the corner for the Young Lions if they can keep the level of performance shown in the previous two games going.
Berahino and his team-mates arrived in Cartagena on Tuesday, where they will face Mexico in their final group game on Thursday after drawing both of their matches so far.
Against both Korea DPR and Argentina, England have played well and been unfortunate not to win at least one of those games so they know that a win against Mexico, or even a draw, will be likely to see them through to the knock-out stages.
But the West Bromwich Albion man knows that they need to start finding the net if they are to progress further in the World Cup.
"It's been frustrating not scoring a goal, but we know that if we carry on doing what we've been doing, we will get goals," he said.
"The good thing is that we're showing signs of attacking and creating chances, so hopefully we can get some goals now.
"In training, the funny thing is that they all go in! We've just got to be patient and carry on doing the right thing and we'll get goals."
With only two days between matches, there is little time to dwell on previous games though, so everyone is now focused on facing Mexico who lost their first game with Argentina before beating Korea DPR on Monday evening.
"We've put the last two games to bed and we're working on Mexico now," he added.
"We want to keep defending well and keeping ourselves compact, so we want more clean sheets and some goals, because that's really important in tournament football.
"We just want to win to get ourselves going and for us as a team, we want to get as far as possible in the competition."
After playing their first two games in the high altitude of Medellin, it's a different challenge for the players in Cartagena which is situated on the north coast of South America and is a lot hotter and more humid than the previous base.
However, with the squad having been together for approaching three weeks now though, Berahino feels that everyone is fully acclimatised to the conditions in Colombia.
"We're getting used to it and we're getting better each day and the lads are getting fitter as well in training," he explained.
"Plus, it's still pre-season so things are going well and it's looking good."
As the youngest member of the squad out here, he was part of the U17 Euro Championship winning team last summer and has won U18 caps too, Berahino believes that the experience he's getting in this competition can only help him improve further when he eventually returns home.
"I'd never played in this age group before. I think I'm managing it though and I'm enjoying it," he admitted.
"Everyone's been friendly and we all stick together so the age doesn't matter really. It's just a good group to be in.
"It's a young squad so there are a lot of us taking a lot of experience out of this tournament and hopefully it can make us better players."