Hearts striker Christian Nade has been told by boss Csaba Laszlo to starting scoring goals. Nade has not found the net for almost nine months.
The forward played his first full match under Laszlo in Sunday's Edinburgh derby.
"Nade must score goals now," he said in the Edinburgh Evening News. "He must show for us and for himself that he can put the ball in the net.
"I am happy with his progress. This is his chance to take a place in the team because we have a little problem in the striking department. There are a lot of young players without experience and Tullberg is now injured.
"Against Hibs, if we had a killer instinct, we would have won the game but we did not have this. We had a lot of chances but we did not use them.
"I am not unhappy with Nade's performance, it was his time to come back. He has worked very long and concentrated hard. If he does not stop his development and his work, he can achieve more. He must concentrate on scoring goals.
"The physical power is there now, so he must work on technical and tactics things to be 100% on the field."