Keith Curle is determined to see Notts County keep playing entertaining football despite his side's 3-3 draw with Bournemouth.
The home side had led 2-0 at half-time thanks to goals by Jeff Hughes and Yoann Arquin but Bournemouth hit back in the second period courtesy of a Josh McQuoid strike and a Harry Arter penalty before Matt Tubbs struck after 85 minutes.
Curle said: "In the first half I think you saw the best of Notts County and in the second half it shows you what League One is all about.
"If you switch off you can be vulnerable. I don't think we were carved open, we just didn't defend a goalkeeper's kick and a random ball into our box. Then we got a dubious decision with the penalty.
"With a 2-0 lead at half-time the next goal is vital because if you get to go 3-0 they are dead and buried and all they want to do is get on the bus, but when you give them a glimpse at 2-1 it is hard.
"I want to play entertaining, attacking football but I want to win so ideally I want that to keep that style of play but we need to tidy up at the back."