Captain Paul Robinson hopes Birmingham can build on their first home victory since October 1 as they embark on a run of four successive matches at St Andrew's.
The defender netted his first goal for five years to set Blues on their way to a 3-0 FA Cup third-round success over Bristol Rovers on Tuesday.
Victory ended a run of five successive draws in an eight-match winless run on home soil - the perfect tonic as City now prepare to entertain Yeovil, Swansea, Leicester and Derby in the Second City.
"It's very important for us to get off to a flying start at home, it doesn't matter what team you are playing against or what league they are in, cup games are always special and they can always cause upsets ," Robinson said.
"We knew it was going to be a tough game for us on Tuesday, once we got that first goal we seemed to relax a little bit and played a lot more flowing football and created a lot of chances.
"We have to keep being positive, working hard on the training pitch putting things right and change our home form into what we're doing away from home at the moment.
"We've got a lot of home games coming up and they're against top teams as well, so we know we've got to go in at full throttle or they will punish us, teams like that. We know how free-scoring Leicester and Derby are playing at the moment. They are top teams and scoring a lot of goals.
"So we know we've got to be solid at the back but at the same time scoring goals."
Robinson, 35, initially joined Blues in September 2012 on a month-long contract which was duly extended until the end of the 2012/13 season.
He then penned a new one-year deal in the summer which includes the option of the further 12 months in the club's favour.
And the Hertfordshire-born former West Brom man is keen to secure that extra year at the midlands outfit having firmly settled in an area his family have lived for nearly 10 years and one which he now calls home.
"I'd love to play on until enough is enough. I'll know when the time is right to hang my boots up. I'm enjoying football and being back home," said Robinson, who spent three years at Bolton between 2009-2012.
"It's up to the club to decide whether they give me that option (the extra year) so I'm doing my hardest to try and get it, I'd love to stay.
"I'm doing my coaching badges as well so if the gaffer thinks I'm good enough to do that sort of role after I've hung my boots up then great. I'd love to stay here and help the young lads come through and progress."