IT'S not just City who are looking to tighten up.

Having conceded five goals in their last two games, Wigan boss Paul Cook is concerned that his high-flying side have suddenly sprung a leak.

The third-placed Latics shipped in three against Scunthorpe on Saturday to follow the 2-2 draw at leaders Blackburn.

Wigan, who have games in hand on Rovers and automatic promotion rivals Shrewsbury, recovered to fight back for a point each time.

Substitute Gary Roberts grabbed a late equaliser against the Iron with his first goal of the season.

But Cook said: "Defensively as a team, we're not quite at it – and that's not blaming anyone.

"As a team, we've just lost a little bit of our mojo. We must get that back and that's down to me and the players.

"Yes, there are reasons why we are suddenly conceding more goals that we have all season. But too many people in the game want to always point the finger at someone."

Wigan have won only one in five in the league but Cook, who may make changes to face City tonight ahead of his side's weekend FA Cup quarter-final against Southampton, believes they are still in a strong position to go up.

He said: "If somebody had offered me 68 points at this stage of the season after 35 games, I'd have bitten their hand off."