Matt Taylor reveals main focus at Rotherham United ahead of Huddersfield Town clash
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The Millers have found the net just once in the last three games and that was from the penalty spot.
They started off the season in prolific scoring form at the AESSEAL New York Stadium, beating Reading 4-0 and Birmingham and Blackpool 3-0, but the goals have dried up in recent weeks.
Taylor, who is still adapting to life in South Yorkshire, knows his side will never be the division’s top scorers but says they have to become clinical.
“It's the million-dollar question. You go into certain details when you take over any football club,” he said ahead of Saturday’s Yorkshire derby with Huddersfield.
“One of the details we were aware from was that away from home we've struggled to impact the opposition goal.
“I think Blackburn was the most chances we've created in an away game so far this season.
“We have to create chances and then believe we're going to score goals.
“We have to address it in our home games as well. We might not be a team that has the highest scoring stats in the league.
“We can understand and accept that to a certain extent. It means we have to be resolute at the back.
“It also means that when we get opportunities we have to be more clinical than we have been so far.
“We'll always be looking for partnerships and pairings, not only at the top of the pitch but all over the pitch.
“Our set-piece game in an attacking sense has been strong so far this season. Woody has contributed goals and we've looked a constant threat for other reasons to.”