Southend United defender Sean Clohessy says the side must improve their defensive record.
The Blues kept a clean sheet in their first game of the season against Hereford, but have conceded in every League Two match since.
Clohessy told BBC Essex: "We've got a bad goals conceded record.
"That's the whole team, not just the back four. The whole team needs to work from the front and hopefully we can put it right."
Southend have had an indifferent start to their campaign, with three wins and three defeats from their opening seven league matches.
Clohessy started all of Southend's league games last season and has played in every minute of the current campaign.