Wolverhampton Wanderers might have the Championship's hottest strike partnership in Kenny Miller and Carl Cort.
But their combined 18-goal haul this season has highlighted the lack of output from elsewhere in the team.
Defenders Joleon Lescott and Lee Naylor have both broken their season's duck, while Colin Cameron and Darren Anderton were on target in last month's Carling Cup win over Chester. But Cort and Miller's nine goals apiece have covered up the fact that no Wolves midfielder has yet scored in the league.
"At the moment it's a pleasure to watch them play," said Hoddle, after seeing Miller and Cort bag a brace apiece at Crewe for the second year running on Tuesday night.
"No way were we playing badly before, but our finishing has been clinical in scoring seven goals in two away games and we need to keep it that way.
"Carl Cort is playing with such confidence and Kenny Miller is catching him up. He's on the same nine-goal mark if you count his goals for Scotland.
" But there's always things we can improve. And one area is our level of goal output from our midfield players. We've yet to score from midfield this season and that's a concern, as we have certain players in there who can score goals."
Whoever scores the goals, the key factor is that Wolves keep playing with the same freedom and movement in their more attacking 4-3-3 formation that allows them to create chances.
And, having put things right on the road with two stunning victories to end this season's run of five games without an away win, they now need to find their touch again at home.
Ahead of tomorrow night's televised clash with Burnley, Hoddle is keen to see a return to the home form that saw his side clock up seven successive wins at Molineux between their home draw with Stoke City in March and the 2-1 last-minute home defeat to Millwall just over a fortnight ago.
"We've played some great stuff over the past two games," said Hoddle.
"But we've now got to try and reproduce that at home, which isn't easy the way teams come to Molineux to try and stop us play.
"They'll come and put bodies behind the door and it's up to us to break them down."
Miller, who has notched four goals in his last three games, was yesterday named in Scotland's 22-man squad for the two World Cup qualifiers against Belarus and Slovenia next week, but Wolves team-mate Jackie McNamara is omitted.
McNamara has now missed Wolves' last three games with a knee problem and the club are awaiting specialist advice as to how to proceed next.