Wayne Rooney says Manchester United have finally overcome their poor Premier League away form as they look to secure a 20th title.
Sir Alex Ferguson's side won just five games away from Old Trafford last season despite going on to claim the title.
But the Red Devils have already doubled that number this campaign which has pleased the England striker.
And Rooney feels United can pick up enough points from their remaining five away games - at Wolves on Sunday, before trips to Blackburn, Wigan, Manchester City and Sunderland, to secure another championship.
"Last season was a nightmare really in terms of our away form," Rooney told the club's official website.
"We knew we had to put that right and there's been a real determination about us away from home this season.
"That's definitely helped us get us results and win games.
"Hopefully it will continue between now and the end of the season because if we keep getting the results away from home we'll have a great chance of winning the title."