Crewe boss Steve Davis has vowed to bring in fresh faces to kickstart his misfiring strikers following a 1-0 defeat to Yeovil.
Byron Webster's first-half strike nicked all three points for the visitors as Crewe failed to push on from their midweek victory over high-flying Swindon.
Davis said: "We were carrying too many players again and the front three were poor. Chuks (Aneke) looked like he had lead boots on, (Mathias) Pogba kept giving it away and (Michael) West was totally off the pace.
"The players aren't good enough at the moment to be consistent. To break teams down in this division we need more quality and when three or four of your front players are off their game you can't mount any decent attacks.
"Elsewhere we were decent enough, but it was a very fine margin between being a good point and a poor defeat.
"We lacked options on the bench and we are short of numbers. We need to talk about adding to the squad to give the others a kick up the backside and give us a boost in the attacking third."