The Jags have won praise and plaudits for their free-flowing style in the opening weeks of the SPFL Premiership campaign but have failed to clinch the points their performances have merited.
A host of missed opportunities have cost them dear already this term, especially at Firhill as Dundee United, Hearts, Kilmarnock and Hibernian have all left Glasgow with something to show for their efforts.
Archibald's side return from the international break with a trip up north to face Inverness Caley Thistle tomorrow afternoon.
And the Jags boss is determined their passing approach will soon pay dividends once the top flight newcomers find their feet in the final third.
He said: "No [I haven't thought about changing the way we play]. Why change? We created five or six chances in the Hibs game.
"If we weren't creating chances, I would be changing things and wanting to change it. The fact is we created six chances. There were a couple of things in the first half I wasn't happy about.
"But, going on the amount of chances created, I don't think we have to change it to be honest. When you lose, you over-analyse everything, you look at everything and wonder if you could have done this or done that.
"If you tell a manager before a game that they will create six chances, the only thing you need to change is putting the ball in the net."
While it has been a solid start to the season for Archibald's side, Caley have been perhaps the surprise package in the Premiership so far.
The Highlanders led the way in the opening weeks of the campaign before finally being overtaken by champions Celtic.
ARchibald saw Terry Butcher's side in action on their last outing as they suffered a rare-off day and a 4-0 defeat at St Johnstone.
But the Firhill boss knows that his side face a stern test tomorrow afternoon as Caley bid to get back to winning ways on home soil.
He said: "They have got a great record at home. I have seen footage of them and they are very good. They have got a similar shape to us and play a similar way. It has the makings of a good game.
"I was at the St Johnstone game and it was a surprise. But you can take nothing away from St Johnstone, they were very good. Terry will probably say it was their worst performance of the season.
"They had a couple of key players missing. That is why they have been so good, they have had continuity for eight or nine games and had most of the same players playing in every match. It is great for a manager to have that.
"The boys are looking forward to it.
"We are positive away from home and have a good record away from home. We know we can go there and win."