Garry Monk believes it is just a matter of time before Swansea start winning away from home in the Premier League.
The Welsh outfit lost 4-2 to struggling Blackburn Rovers on Saturday leaving them without a win on the road since a 2-0 victory over Millwall in the Championship in April.
It is their resilient home form that means Brendan Rogers' side have not been in the relegation zone this season.
After Saturday's meeting at home to Fulham, they travel to Newcastle and Everton in quick succession - two sides who were beaten on home soil at the weekend.
And Monk, who has featured in 10 of the Swans' 14 league games this campaign, is determined to end his side's poor results away from home.
He said: "The away form isn't very good on paper, but I think if you played the Blackburn game another ten times, eight times we would have got a result.
"I'm not saying this won't worry us, it just adds to our determination to do well.
"We're capable of going to a lot of clubs and putting in performances that will get us a lot of points this season.
"I'm 100 per cent confident you'll see us dominate and get the results we deserve in other away games.
"I'm not overly concerned about the away form to be honest with you."