YORK City boss Steve Watson is looking at ways to get 17-goal top scorer Jordan Burrow firing again.

The Minstermen’s number nine hasn’t managed an on-target effort in the club’s last four matches, including the North Riding Senior Cup tie against Scarborough but not his shoot-out penalty in that game, with Watson admitting both the team and Burrow himself need to take responsibility to improve that recent record.

Burrow has only mustered two off-target headers in his last six hours of football ahead of this weekend’s trip to FC United of Manchester, with Watson reasoning: “Jordan’s a great target man with a great work ethic who you’d certainly want in the trenches but, during the last two or three games, he hasn’t got a shot off.

“He’s not missed any chances as such, so we’re not creating and, maybe, he’s not getting in the positions to get opportunities so that’s something we’re looking at.”