Paolo Di Canio believes the secret to a League Two promotion push for his Swindon side is good away form.
The Italian has overseen the Robins secure four wins out of five in the league at home this season, but only one victory on the road has seen Swindon into 10th place after the first 10 games of the term.
Di Canio understands his team have to start taking their dominance at the County Ground with them on their travels, and he is confident they will begin to do exactly that very soon.
"We are working towards it because we beat Crawley, who had been so strong at home, and at Burton we deserved to win, not lose or even draw," he said.
"The difference was that we created three or four chances but didn't score a goal whereas the opponents scored with their first chance on goal.
"We dominated much better in the first half than we did against Barnet but we didn't finish chances and went 1-0 down at the break. We lost energy in the second half and the goalkeeper mistake killed the game."