Luton Town manager Mick Harford admitted that draws are not enough for his side to escape the threat of relegation, following a 3-3 stalemate at home to Bournemouth.
The Hatters needed a late Paul McVeigh penalty to secure a share of the spoils, but they are still 20 points adrift of safety in League Two.
Harford said: "You've got to win your home games and the majority of games. Draws are no good for us at the moment.
"It's the same for Bournemouth too, but we're in a slightly worse position than they are.
"We've had numerous chats with the players about how to start games properly, about getting at teams and about getting in people's faces, but we didn't turn up in the first half.
"To score three goals at home and not win is a bit of a sin. We weren't good enough in the first half, but we more than matched them in the second half."