New Blackburn skipper Paul Robinson is targeting wins and clean sheets to help Rovers beat the drop.
Steve Kean's side have notched an unwelcome record this season after failing to keep a clean sheet in 26 league attempts so far this term.
With games against Aston Villa, Wolves and Bolton coming up, Robinson would dearly love to reverse this trend and, more importantly, bag three points from each outing.
He told The Sun: "As a keeper the lack of clean sheets is hugely frustrating.
"During a season you normally fluke one, usually in a rubbishy game. But we've not even had one of them. We had about 11 last year and now not one.
"It's definitely a target. But really we just have to win matches and get some points on the board."
Rovers currently sit in 18th place in the top flight with just 21 points, with some fans vocal in voicing their frustration with Kean and owners Venky's.
More protests are planned at Ewood Park this weekend but former Leeds and Spurs keeper Robinson would love supporters to instead turn the venue into a fortress as Rovers battle to beat the drop.
He added: "We need to make this a place that teams don't like coming to.
"When I was at Tottenham and Leeds this was one of those places where you'd be happy if you got a point."