Manager Michael Flynn says Newport County AFC must rediscover their attacking threat to reignite their Sky Bet League Two play-off bid.
The Exiles slipped to seventh in the table after Saturday's 1-0 defeat against Cambridge United, who struck late at Rodney Parade to climb to the league summit.
It was only the second goal County, who have proven difficult to break down, have shipped in their last four league outings, although goals down the opposite end have been hard to come by in recent weeks.
And Flynn says his side need to improve their decision-making in the final third in their remaining five fixtures.
"We are not taking the chances that we create and when teams sit in we struggle to break them down," said Flynn.
"We've got some good attacking players but the decision-making at times costs us. We've got five games to go and we've got to find a way to score some goals.
"Unless we can improve our decision-making over the next five games it will be very difficult to score goals, and that’s the main part of the game.