More intensity in the final third is what Daniel Farke will be looking for from his team in Tuesday night’s Championship game at home to Queens Park Rangers.
The boss added that the match represents a good chance for City to put Saturday’s defeat at Watford behind them quickly.
“Sometimes it’s difficult after a win because you can never enjoy or celebrate it,” he said. “Five minutes after the game, you’re already switched on for the next game.
“But it helps after a loss because you can’t be too down. We have to go again and we accept the challenge.
“It will be a difficult game again against a side who will be concentrated on being solid, so we have to add a bit more intensity in the final third in order to give ourselves a chance.
“If we do this, we have a great chance to win the next points and then everything’s okay.”
As for team news, Farke expects his side to be shaping up similarly, with no new concerns reported following the Boxing Day match at Vicarage Road.
“I haven’t heard about any problems from the game so that’s good news,” he said. “Let’s see what happens but I don’t expect a different game day squad if I’m honest.
“All in all, it will be more or less the same players available and with these players we need to find a solution in order to win the next game.”