Leyton Orient's Ben Chorley has spoken of his disappointment at the defensive mistakes which have cost the club points.
Orient, who are currently in the relegation zone, conceded two goals from set-plays to allow Swindon to claim a 2-2 draw on Saturday, despite the Robins being down to 10 men.
Chorley reckons the way the team played was right - and much better than when they had an extra man in the 3-1 defeat to Charlton earlier in the season - but the problem is that they are still suffering lapses at the back.
He told the Epping Forest Guardian: "The way we've been playing defensively is disappointing. People lose their man or get beat and I have done that many times. It's one of those things we have to change.
"When that happened at Charlton (when they were reduced to 10 men) we went a bit gung-ho. (At Swindon) We were cautious and played the way we should."