ROMAIN Vincelot sees no reason to fret about City's lack of clean sheets.

Stuart McCall's side have been scoring freely recently with 15 goals in their last five games. Yet they have managed only one shut-out against Gillingham on the second weekend of the season.

Vincelot was the stoppage-time saviour at Oxford, with his header salvaging a 2-2 draw, and the City skipper does not believe there is an issue at the back.

The Frenchman said: "We have quality going forward and now we're scoring goals. It would be better if we could concede a bit less but there is nothing to worry about.

"We are playing well defensively. I thought we were very solid throughout the game against Oxford.

"Their first goal came from nowhere with a deflection. It was unfortunate but that happens. The second was good play from them.

"But Oxford are a very good team and I think they will do well."

Vincelot, who has now scored in successive games, feels the dramatic recovery at the Kassam will fuel belief within the squad.

He said: "It is positive for the team. We're happy with the way we battled to the end.

"To dig like that away from as we did will give us confidence for the future. It will be in the back of our minds now that we know we can come back in time like that.

"It was a good feeling to get a goal again and I had another two good chances to score as well.

"But the quality of the final ball is very good. On Tuesday it was Lawsy (Nicky Law) and at Peterborough it was Macca (Tony McMahon).

"When you are getting good crosses like that, there is always the chance to score."

After four points from successive away trips, City return to Valley Parade on Saturday to face improving Rotherham. The Millers have won three in a row and hammered Walsall 5-1 in midweek.

Vincelot said: "It will be another good game to play with a Yorkshire derby at home.

"We have done well in the last two games and it was good to send our fans back with something. I'm sure Saturday will be a fantastic atmosphere now and we can't wait for it."