Johannesburg - SuperSport United head coach Gavin Hunt is hoping for more consistency in front of goal ahead of the clash with Bloemfontein Celtic.Matsatsantsa drew 0-0 with AmaZulu in midweek, but it could have been so much better for the Pretoria-based side had Kermit Erasmus not missed from the spot.Hunt wants to see more from his side in the final third in coming games as they look to move up the table and secure a top-eight finish."You can't create so many chances in a game and not score, it is madness," Hunt told the Premier Soccer League's website."We get our first penalty of the season after 21 games and we don't score which makes it even worse, but that has been the story of the whole season.""We just need to keep showing faith in each other and keep believing," he added."We will keep soldiering on.On the match with Celtic, Hunt said: "It is going to be tough, but we good enough to go there and get something. We need to start picking up the three points when we create so many chances."