Bristol Rovers defender Byron Anthony has admitted his side need to start turning draws into victories.
Rovers have drawn three of their six league games this season and Anthony believes the trip to bottom of the table Dagenham and Redbridge is the perfect place to start winning.
He told the Evening Post: "We need a few more wins now to make the draws look okay. If we can get a result at Dagenham on Saturday and then follow it up at home against Notts County, those points don't look too bad.
"Drawing is obviously better than losing games, but if you keep drawing then you tend to fall behind, so a few victories would help us catch up with the teams above us.
"If we can go to Dagenham with the passing and movement we showed in the first half against Brentford and show the same spirit defensively, there's no reason we can't win."