West Brom striker Ishmael Miller knows how important taking scoring opportunities is and just needs to stick at it for the goals to start flowing more regularly.
The Baggies are struggling at the foot of the Premiership and it's up to Miller to do the damage to help pull them out of the rut.
"At the start of the season, I was getting chances. They just weren't going in. Things weren't going the way I planned but of late my game has picked up again," Miller said.
"The chances I've had have happened to go in and any player knows sometimes it goes for you, sometimes it doesn't and luckily at the minute it is going all right for me.
"There is a responsibility on me to score goals but is good to have that because it might make you a better player and spurs you on that little bit further."