Crewe Alexandra cannot always rely on super individual goals like Dan Agyei’s strike against Gillingham.
That’s according to manager Alex Morris, who wants his attacking players to combine more effectively in the attacking third.
Agyei’s fourth League Two goal was a stunner; curling into the bottom corner from outside the area in what finished a 1-1 draw.
But Morris said: “Our goal typifies what we have – we've got some good individuals up the top end of the pitch who we need to develop and get combining more.
“We have a similar type of player at the minute, and if we want to try to move forward it will involve bringing more cohesion between the players.
“We want to see them playing as pairs and trios rather than individually, and also it will need more than one summer window.
“It takes more than a single window if you’re coming off the back of a horrific relegation. These aren’t excuses, these are facts.
“We know where we are going, we just need people to stick with us and show the patience we are going to need.”