Xavi has admitted Spain need to find their killer touch if they are to win the World Cup.
Although the Euro 2008 winners have responded well to their setback in the opening game against Switzerland by reeling off five wins on the trot, the goals have largely dried up. But, as they prepare to face Holland at Soccer City, Xavi accepts Spain might have to do more.
"It is clear we have not scored many goals," said the 30-year-old. "We are feeling very comfortable with the way we are playing, and we are creating plenty of opportunities. But we are not converting the chances to our normal percentage."