Nottingham Forest manager Billy Davies hit out at his side's poor finishing after they were knocked out of the Carling Cup by Bradford.
The League Two side won 2-1 after extra time at the Coral Windows Stadium and Davies was not shy in criticising his players after the first round tie.
"It's the same old story, we cannot go on having the chances in front of goal without hitting the target," he said.
"The amount of chances we miss is unexplainable because we are training and working at this every day.
"I was disappointed with the quality of finishing.
"The bottom line is that quality, quantity and depth are all needed to shake up the pecking order and we need all three of those."