York boss Nigel Worthington would gladly swap the exciting football his side has produced of late for a couple of clean sheets.
The Minstermen rattled four goals past promotion-chasing Scunthorpe in their last home game and twice came from behind to draw 2-2 at Cheltenham before earning an FA Cup replay last weekend following a six-goal thriller at Bristol Rovers.
"When your strikers are all scoring goals it's always a big plus," Worthington said. "But we've still got a lot to do to try and get the balance right at the other end
"If you score three goals away from home you should be winning the game. We're striving for these clean sheets and we'll be working hard until we get it right.
"We've been involved in some exciting football matches recently, but I'm not sure whether I want that.
"It's nice to be scoring goals. We're playing some decent stuff and scoring great goals, but we're conceding at the other end.
"It's not the goalkeeper's fault or the back four's fault, it's the team as a whole.
"As much as you want everyone contributing towards scoring goals, you want everyone contributing to ensure you don't concede them and that starts with your forwards."