MILLWALL striker Mathias Ranegie needs better service against Reading tonight, boss Ian Holloway has said.
Ranegie was feeding off scraps during Saturday's 2-0 defeat at Ipswich Town but looks set to keep his place in the Lions' starting XI at the Madejski Stadium.
And Holloway has called on his side to improve the quality of their delivery in the final third as they bid to bounce back against the Royals on Tuesday night.
"We've got to realise that we've got Ranegie, who's great in the air, and we only gave him one or two chances to win a header," he said.
"We lacked crosses into the box at the weekend."
Holloway admits he could make changes to his line up.
"I'll have a look at things, see who's fresh and who I think can take on Reading," he added. "They're a good side and they'll be a stern test.
"At Ipswich, I saw more things wrong in that second half than I've seen in four or five months.
"We've got to improve because at the minute we're not the best team in the world when we go 1-0 down.
"We're not that good at breaking people down, which is exactly the same as last year."