STANLEY boss John Coleman wants to utilise his side’s attacking flair as they seek to claim three points against Blackpool tonight.

The Reds have managed just 34 goals in 33 League One games this term, the second worst total in the division.

They drew a blank again at Coventry on Saturday in a 1-0 reverse, the seventh time in the last 10 league games that Stanley have failed to score.

But Coleman is confident his side pose enough of a threat in their front players, with the likes of Billy Kee, Sean McConville and Jordan Clark in the side.

And the Reds boss wants to find a way to get the best out of their talent.

“We have to find a way to create chances and get our flair players in the game,” he said.

“And the flair players have to step up to the plate and maybe work a bit harder but take a few more risks.

“It is a chicken and egg situation - you have got to get them on the ball. And it is not really their job to get on the ball it is up to other people to get the ball to them.

“You can argue that both parties are at fault, they (the front players) are not showing enough guile and we are not showing enough guile as a team at the moment.

“We have to work as hard as we can to be more creative.

“Sometimes you have got to be prepared to lose a game to win a game and commit men forward and I don’t think on Saturday we committed anywhere near enough men forward.”