After a poor record in front of goal contributed to last season`s relegation to League One, Sheffield United boss Danny Wilson wants his side to be less reliant on their strikers for goals this season.
"Fans will always like attacking, exciting players. They'll always want someone who can bag in 30 goals a season and, believe me, managers are no different," Wilson told The Star.
"But I don't just want us to rely on the strikers or the rest our forwards to do that. Everyone needs to try and chip in if they possibly can.
"The more you can spread them (goals) around the better. The more threats you can get across the pitch the harder it is for other teams to combat them.
"And we don't want to be easy to combat. That goes without saying."