Speaking to the Bolton Evening News, Bolton Wanderers manager Neil Lennon has demanded that his side turns their impressive home form into more consistent results away from the Macron Stadium.
"It's seven points out of nine, which is good, but I don't want us to just be a home team,"
"I want to start putting wins on the board away from home if we're realistically going to get up the table.
The manager then said:
"To do that we'll need to play a lot better than the first 25 minutes of the first half on Saturday, that's for sure."
Wanderers have won only once away from home all season - a 1-0 win against Birmingham City in Lennon's first game in charge courtesy of a Matt Mills header.
This weekend of course sees the Whites welcome Huddersfield Town to the Macron Stadium and will be hoping/expecting to win again.
I think we will, too.