Paris Cowan-Hall says the responsibility to fire Wanderers up the table lies with him and the rest of the Chairboys’ front line.
Blues drew a blank on Saturday and go into Tuesday’s game againstFleetwood Town
without a goal in their last three matches. “We’ll try and take the positives (from
) as there is no point being negative all the time,” said the 23-year-old.
“It’s a clean sheet, a point, we didn’t lose and that’s definitely a positive, especially for the back four. I’m employed to score or make goals, so it’s a day that I feel could have gone better for us.
“I did well last week and I felt as though I did alright again, but we need to score. If we’re not scoring then I don’t feel as strikers we’ve done our job because that’s what we’re paid to do.
“No matter how well we play, if we’re not scoring then that’s what the gaffer has employed us for.”
Cowan-Hall added: “I thought Dean Morgan was very good and held the ball up well, and we’ve got JP coming back as well which is positive. We’re lacking goals and we’ve got a couple back now who can score.
“Having them all back is a massive positive and means the gaffer has choices throughout a game, which means he can adjust the team and gives us a better chance of scoring.
“Not creating chances was a problem we had at the weekend, but other games we’ve created loads of chances and not been clinical, or created loads of chances and then we’ve leaked goals.
“When we came in the gaffer was talking about the positives and the clean sheet was one of those. We need to score and you can’t win a game without scoring - goals are the issue at the moment.”
The Cod Army currently occupy sixth place in Sky Bet League 2 and Cowan-Hall is well aware of the threat the Graham Alexander’s men will pose the Blues.
He said: “We should be up for every game and we should approach every game the same. It’s true that we play better football, are a lot more creative and do better generally against the better teams. That’s a positive for us, but they’re strong and going forward they’ve been good.
“They are where they are for a reason, and it won’t be easy just because they are a better team. It will be a battle like every other game will be.”
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