Bolton Wanderers manager Gary Megson has warned his players that they need to show a big improvement on recent performances if they are to avoid heavy defeats in their next two games.
The Trotters were woeful in their recent defeats to Fulham and Newcastle United but face much tougher games in the next two weeks against Arsenal and Manchester United.
"I am concerned. We haven't been creating enough," Megson told the Bolton News. "We don't get enough people in the box and we've spoken about it.
"We're always looking at the same people to go and get goals for us and whether it's purely and simply down to the quality we've got or the desire, I'm not too sure.
"As I've said before, the Premier League is split into three groups - and both Arsenal and Manchester United are in the top one of those trying to win it and compete in the Champions League.
"But it's a home game (against Arsenal) and we have to go about it in the right manner. If we don't, then we'll get absolutely skated by them because they have even more quality than Fulham."