Norwich City Head Coach Daniel Farke wants to turn draws into wins, starting with Saturday's visit to Hull in the Sky Bet Championship (3pm).
The Canaries have shared the spoils in each of their most recent five league games, part of a generally positive run since the turn of the year.
"We have just one loss in 14 games but have drawn too many," Farke told the media at Colney Training Centre on Friday.
"We want to go on with our defensive behaviour and our control of games. However, we need to improve our topic of scoring goals.
"That's what we're working on. Goals determine games and we want to improve this topic."
Farke says focus is constantly set on the next game his side contests, with full attention awarded to factors they can control.
"We shouldn't think too much about the table," he explained.
"We have to be realistic. We don't think too far away and concentrate on the topics we can influence.
"Against Hull we have to be prepared for a team who are desperate to win points. It will be a game of high-intensity.
"It's important we bring our strengths to the pitch."