Parkinson wants to see more points on the board as his side travel to second placed Southend.Bradford City are in action tonight as they head down to Southend.
Its expected to be a tough game for the struggling Bantams with the Shrimpers currently sitting second in League Two.
Manager Phil Parkinson says that he's looking to all his players to start getting points on the board with his team having not scored in the last four away games.
Parkinson told Pulse Sport: "It's not just your strikers who have to score, the goals have to come from other areas [as well]."
"If you look at the set plays, there's some fantastic deliveries in the box, and the size of our team, you would expect us to get on the end of more of those."
He's also said he will be looking to bring in some new players in January as well as hoping to hold on to Andrew Davies and Marcel Seip.
In injury news both Dave Syers and Lee Bullock are expected to be back in time for the Christmas fixtures.