Watford winger Jobi McAnuff insists there are no problems at Vicarage Road despite the club's poor run of form on home soil.
The Hornets have not won at home in over two months which is hard to believe with the position they are in - currently level on points with West Brom at the top and second only on goal difference.
McAnuff believes the current dip in their home performances is temporary though and expects his side to reverse those fortunes against QPR on Saturday.
"We need to sort our home form out," said McAnuff. "We know we are having a bit of a sticky patch; it just seems that away from home the games are more open and we can exploit teams that little bit more.
"It is not a mental problem at home, we fancy ourselves at home and away, so with that in mind, if we can turn around our home form then we'll give ourselves a really good chance of winning this league."
Speaking ahead of Saturday's match with QPR, the 26-year-old said: "It'll be a difficult game.
"I've seen them play a few times this season, but if we're looking to turn our home form around then it starts on Saturday."