Pearson took charge of his first game yesterday against league leaders Beerschot Wilrijk and earned a draw.
"OHL has a good team, but there are a number of areas to be worked on," said Pearson.
"In this way, we need to become more creative and make better use of space so that more options are created for fitting and creating more opportunities.
“In certain periods of the match, the pace was too low. There is still work at the store, but we have only two days in Leuven and several players have just arrived.
“The team showed a lot of character after going 1-0 behind and scored the equaliser."