Bradley Orr knows Blackburn Rovers must tighten up their defence to ensure Premier League survival.
Blackburn will set a new top-flight record of failing to keep a clean sheet for 26 games from the start of a season if they concede at league leaders Manchester City in their next outing on February 25.
But Orr, who arrived at Ewood Park from QPR in the January transfer window, played down the significance of that milestone.
"The main thing is staying up, that's more important," Orr told the Lancashire Telegraph.
"Obviously if someone offered you a 2-1 or a 3-2 win, you would say yes. It's just vital that we win.
"But it would be great if we can keep a few clean sheets between now and the end of the season, because that would help us get results.
"It would give us a good chance of getting the wins we need.
"Any clean sheet is important and we would love to start doing that."