IAN Holloway has been encouraged by the recent form of Lee Gregory and Ricardo Fuller but admits Millwall need to score more goals as a team.
The Lions boss has been speaking about the "balance" of his side ahead of Cardiff's visit to The Den on Saturday.
Gregory and Fuller were both on target against Wolves last weekend but saw little of the ball at Wigan in midweek.
So, after two goaless draws in their last three matches, Holloway says Millwall need to pose more of a threat as a unit.
"Thankfully I've got two forwards who have started scoring, which is great," Holloway said.
"But I've got to get our attacking balance right so that we can score more goals at this level. But every manager is looking for the same thing.
"Can we get that crucial goal or someone to make the difference? Are our combinations on the field right?
"Derby are top of the league and Chris Martin has got nine goals for them already.
"The top six in this division will have a player who is towards the top end of the goalscoring charts, someone who has got six, seven or eight goals by now.
"That's the only difference between most teams in this league. Would Burnley have been promoted with Sam Vokes and Danny Ings?
"What's it like for Liverpool without Luis Suarez?
"With each game that comes, Gregory is looking more of a threat and more confident.
"Fuller is 34 and I wish he had a younger brother who is 26 who I could play with him!"