Hartlepool United defender Sam Collins is putting his faith in the team's strikers to build on the current solid foundations at the back.
Pools have not conceded in their last three matches, winning their last two games at Swindon and then at home to Tranmere last weekend.
And Collins is confident that if the back four can keep the opposition at bay, the club have enough options to snatch at least one goal.
He told the Hartlepool Mail: "The more it goes on, Browny (James Brown) will get better and you know what you'll get from Andy Monkhouse as well - he'll get five to 10 goals again like he did last season.
"Then there's Boydy (Adam Boyd) who's looking fitter all the time and has been different class in the last two or three games.
"Denis (Denis Behan) has had a lot of games and we'll have to be careful with him because he'd played 20 odd games before he came here. But there's options with Colin (Larkin) and Armann (Bjornsson) so the manager can change it around if he needs to."