That's the instruction Mid Coast coach Mick Grass will give to his players before they trot out for the Herald Women's Premier League football clash against Maitland at Maitland on Sunday.
"We have to be more ruthless in front of goals,'' Grass elaborated.
"If we do that and take our chances, we take a bit of pressure off. We have to take our chances under pressure.''
Mid Coast go into the game on the back of a 3-0 loss to Broadmeadow Magic at Taree last weekend, a game where the Middies paid for some slack defence late in the first half.
Maitland's a newcomer to the league this year.
"I don't know much about them other than they have a good coach,'' Grass admitted.
"But they had a good result last week, so this will be another tough one for us.''
Mid Coast sit in sixth place, two points in arrears of Maitland, but have two postponed games in hand.
The Middies will again be without Jess Watts but otherwise will be at full strength. Watts is expected back in a fortnight.
However, the side's preparation was again disrupted this week, with training called off on Tuesday night at Port Macquarie due to the state of the field.
While it rained in Taree for Wednesday night's training, the squad was still able to finish the session.
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