Fulham manager Martin Jol has called for his side to be more clinical in front of goal following his sides dramatic FA Cup third round win over Blackpool.
A late strike from Nathan Delfouneso appeared to have won it for the seasiders but Kieran Richardson's injury time equaliser and a Brede Hangelaand header in the second half of extra time secured the Cottagers a gutsy win in sub-zero conditions at Bloomfield Road.
Despite being happy with the result, the Dutchman feels they wouldn't have had to dig so deep if they had taken their chances earlier in the game.
"It is about a little bit of quality and character and we showed a lot of character," he said. "But sometimes we need a little bit more urgency up front.
"In the first half we had two or three very good opportunities and you have to take pressure off your team. That is a responsibility you have got and that is what we lack sometimes.
Goalscorer Richardson was impressed with the team's determination after coming so close to an embarrassing third round exit.
"We're buzzing. To come back right at the end and score in extra time - a great header from the captain," he said.
"The lads dug in. It was a hard shift, the pitch was bad and conditions didn't
help us. We dug in as a team and it was a great victory."
Fulham will travel to either Manchester United or West Ham in the fourth round.