Coventry City will be without Duckens Nazon for tomorrow's trip to Barnet.
The striker, who is becoming a cult figure with the match going City support, is on international duty with his native Haiti.
Speaking about not having Nazon, who scored in his last two matches for City, Coventry City boss Mark Robins said: "It is a loss for us because he has been doing really well.
"You are looking for that extra little bit of something from somebody else. Can somebody else get out there and get on the score sheet, and then look to make it difficult for Duckens when he comes back? That is what i am looking for.
"That for me is an important part of it. We have got a really good squad and they are all working in the same way.
"There aren't any players tripping over their bottom lips at the moment. They know that the team are playing well and everybody is behind them. That bodes really well for us."
Speaking about City's first trip to Barnet for a competitive fixture, Robins said: "Again, we are going away to a good side. It is a first for me, I've never been to the Hive and it is live on TV so that is another thing added into the mix.
"We are aware of their threats. We are aware of what they are capable of and we know that we need to work as hard as we can."