AFC Wimbledon boss Terry Brown wants to see more goals from Sammy Moore after his late winner them a 2-1 victory over Macclesfield.
The holding midfielder rarely had the opportunity to venture forward, but made a lung-busting late run to net an 88th-minute winner and secure the Dons a third straight win.
Macclesfield had gone ahead through Dwayne Mattis after 58 minutes, but Billy Knott levelled with a terrific 25-yard strike two minutes later before Moore grabbed the decider.
"I have a problem with Sammy in that he's my best holding midfielder," said Brown. "He makes that look like the easiest job in the world but, boy, would I like him further forward more often.
"He can score goals, he can create goals, he makes great runs off the ball and he showed that in this game and I might have to look at taking some responsibility off him.
"We did well and that's what I told them. I want to get back to the quality of play that dispirits the opposition."