Derek Adams says his side need to start taking more of the chances they are creating after their defeat at Bradford.
Speaking after the 2-1 defeat in midweek Adams said: "We started the game very well and were on the front foot, passing the ball well and getting into very good areas.
"We had a great chance to score in the opening minutes and then we got a goal from John O’Sullivan and were looking good.
"Bradford came back and showed they were a decent side and got a goal which was an own goal that hit Kelvin Mellor and although I thought we had the better of the first-half we turned round at 1-1.
"The second-half was different as they moved the ball around pretty well and we didn’t pass the ball as well as we did in the first half.
"They got a goal which we feel was offside with a player interfering with play and we were disappointed that the goal was allowed.’'
He added: "Overall I thought a draw would have been a fair result but we have to move on.
"We are creating chances but I would say we have to take more of them. We are getting in good positions but at this moment in time we are just not being clinical enough but I think that will come.
"The fact we are creating so many chances away from home is a positive in itself but we have to turn more of those chances into goals.''