The Cottagers have managed just two goals in their last four fixtures but Jol is unconcerned by their failure to convert in recent weeks.
The Dutchman insists the goals will come but Jol admits he would like Fulham to hit the target on a more consistent basis.
"Sometimes we have showed in Europe and sometimes in the league that we can score goals," said the Fulham boss.
"We have scored two goals away from home against Wigan and six against QPR, but it is not the consistent thing that I would like it to be.
"Even against Arsenal we scored a goal and it is always a nice cushion when you are looking for a result."