Create chances and they will be converted by the array of attacking talent in the squad, according to Ross Wallace.
The Scot was delighted to see Gary Hooper make his switch to Wednesday permanent in the January transfer window.
Hooper has scored seven goals for the club, including five in his last three league games.
And with goals coming from all angles, Wallace says as long as the chances keep coming, the ball will continue to hit the back of the net.
He said: “I was buzzing for the club to get Hooper signed up, not just because of his goals but his overall play linking everything up.
“He’s similar to Fernando in a way when he first came in, it’s been that kind of impact.
“But the thing he does best is he sticks balls in the back of the net and that’s what we need.
“He fills in defensively as well, he knows where he needs to be, he’s clever and he’s been brilliant for us.
“We have some real firepower at the top of the pitch and if we can give them service and create the chances, the strikers don’t need too many chances.”