Wolves have only scored two goals in the after the first five games of the campaign, which came in the latter stages of a 2-0 win over Watford the week before Bruno Lage’s side lost to Brentford at Molineux last time out.
The striker came close to notching his first of the Premier League season against the Bees on Saturday lunchtime as he connected his head to an Adama Traore cross, but his head was wide of the mark.
Jimenez spoke about his misfiring partnership with Adama to wolves.co.uk, as he said: “We have to keep going, keep looking for it.
“We haven’t been linking really well, and today we had a good opportunity, he crossed and I did the header, but it went out.
“But this is just working, and if we do that, we’re going to get there again.”
Wolves failed to test Brentford goalkeeper David Raya at Molineux at the weekend, but Jimenez believes his team aren’t getting the rub of the green.
‘“This is football. Sometimes it happens and sometimes it doesn’t,” Jimenez added.
“We’d have liked to have done that and put the chances in the goal. We had some opportunities and we had bad luck in the first-half when the shot of Adama hit the crossbar, and in the second-half we had some more opportunities that we didn’t finish as we want.
“But we have to keep working. We have another game now in the middle of the week, an important game, so we have to keep going.”
The Mexican striker wants repay the Wolves fans for their vocal backing home and away so far this season.
“They know how we play, they know how much of a good team we are, so they’re not going to be happy today,” Jimenez added.
“But they’re going to be with us, keep on supporting us and this is why we are Wolves and we are all together.”