Striker Padraig Amond is confident league Two outfit Accrington Stanley will soon improve their form on the road.
Amond came off the bench to bag a late brace in the weekend's 3-0 win over Dagenham, but Stanley's form away from the Crown Ground remains a cause for concern.
Boss John Coleman last tasted victory on the road in February and the Reds have picked up seven draws in nine games on their travels this year without capturing the illusive three-point haul.
"The funny thing is we've played quite well away from home and at the weekend didn't play quite as well as we probably have in some games and got the win," Amond told BBC Radio Lancashire.
"Hopefully, the first away win is just around the corner and we can get it and start moving up the table.
"We've spoken about it ourselves. The lads were in a similar position last year and went on a good run so hopefully we can do that."