COLWYN Bay manager Gary Finley wants to see his side strike first when they entertain Kidsgrove Athletic tonight (7.30pm).
The Seagulls are unbeaten and lying second in Unibond Division One South, but have had to come from behind to get results from their last three matches.
The latest recovery act happened at Alsager on Saturday, where the Bay fought back from an early deficit to claim a thrilling 3-2 victory.
"We can't keep leaving ourselves with too much to do," said Finley. "I've got every confidence we can keep coming back, but it would be nice to see us score first tonight.
“We're still showing signs of naivety at the back and that's something we need to address."
But Finley admits he could not be happier with his team's high-scoring start to the campaign which has left them the only undefeated side in their division and guided them into the second qualifying round of the FA Cup.
"We're on a good run. It means a lot to the lads and we want to keep it going," added the Colwyn chief.
Finley reports no injuries ahead of tonight's clash at Llanelian Road.