Exeter City striker Daniel Nardiello says the club's strikers are confident of getting more goals.
City went five games without scoring before beating Oldham 2-0 last week as Nardiello and Guillem Bauza scored.
He also scored a sublime chip as Exeter went down 2-1 to Swindon in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy.
"We're confident in our ability as a team, and as strikers we know we're going to get goals and we're starting to show that now," he told BBC Devon.
With Nardiello , John O'Flynn back in training and Bauza fit again, City have a strong attacking line-up.
They also have loanees Matthew Whichelow and as well as the experienced Richard Logan.
"We've got a good forward line and attacking players and we'll start scoring more now," Nardiello said.
"We knew we hadn't scored for a few games but it wasn't for a lack of trying.
"We knew they were coming, I could have had a few goals."