TOO little attacking in numbers, too little positive thinking and too few movements off the ball to create goalscoring opportunities.

That is Wanderers' problem at present.

We would not have scored against Sheffield United if they had played the game without their goalkeeper. Did he have any shots to save at all?

Craig Noone, Josh Magennis and Clayton Donaldson combine in one game and score five goals and then one or other of them are left on the bench forthwith – the result is zero goals scored and near zero goal attempts.

Harry Kane would not have scored if, like Donaldson, he was surrounded by four defenders and isolated up front for most of the game.

Just three points last Saturday could have taken us out of the drop zone but three points now are as far off as ever.

Tony Ambrose