"We have been playing exceptionally well and to get five draws running is not a fair reflection of our performance levels," he told PA Sport.
"We've done enough in all those games to have won them. I've nothing but praise for my players, but obviously we're disappointed not to have converted some into wins."
Laws is confident that sooner rather than later his side can pick up their first win since December 16 when they defeated Nottingham Forest 3-1 at Glanford Park.
"On a positive note though, we are undefeated in six, we're not conceding goals as we were prior to this spell and we're making other teams work hard," he added.
"We're looking altogether more solid. There's been a massive improvement, so I'm happy we're going in the right direction."