We need to start scoring goals: Mills
YORK boss Gary Mills insists his players will travel to Port Vale without fear.
The Minstermen go in search of their first victory in six matches, but they've lost just once on the road since winning promotion to League Two and Mills is looking forward to the challenge.
"It's another test for us, but it's one we'll relish," said the former Leicester and Nottingham Forest star.
"We'll enjoy it and if we play how we have been doing, then it's a game we know we can come through.
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"Going to Port Vale certainly doesn't daunt us. We've had a couple of days' rest and have worked hard in training and we're ready for it."
Mills reckons his side are creating plenty of chances, but are paying the price for failing to put them away.
"It's just about putting the ball in the net," he added.
"We can't keep creating as many chances as we are without hitting the target.
"If the keeper saves it, he saves it, but we've got to start hitting the target more."
While York have won just two of nine games at home so far, they've won three on their travels.
"We're probably not performing as well at home as we do away," added Mills.