The Dragons took the lead twice against Aldershot Town on Saturday but were left with just a point - an all too familiar feeling in north Wales.
Whilst Dean Keates’ men have gone 12 games without defeat, nine of those have been draws.
Most of their wins this season have come by one goal and Pearson has highlighted the need to be able to churn out wins, especially against the teams around them.
“The result is frustrating, especially after leading twice,” Pearson said. “We struggled to get to grips with them in the first half but we changed things up and both sides could have won it.
“We’ve got ourselves ahead quite a few times recently and not been able to see the game out and that was something we were very good at earlier in the year.
“Hopefully we can find that quality again to see games out. We’ve got to try and finish as high as possible and we know we’ve got to get back to winning ways as soon as possible.
“I think we always have a goal in us but we’ve got to tidy up at the other end. Recently we’ve become a little bit sloppy and even though we still don’t concede many, it shows what high standards we have.”
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