Rangers manager Ally McCoist has warned his players against not taking their away games seriously this season.
The Glasgow club are currently at the top of the Scottish Third Division table, but have failed to win a single match away from home so far this campaign.
On Sunday, Rangers are at Clyde, and McCoist insists that his players must not think that they can get away without winning on the road.
"That's unacceptable," he said. "There is a balance because the priority is to get out of the division and that has been the case from the word go.
"But I would look upon that [attitude] as a form of complacency and we can't afford to be complacent. It's taken us long enough to get to the top of the league.
"A lot of people have been surprised - whether that's right or wrong - by how long it's taken us to get there so we don't want another challenge of having to get back there.
"Now that we're there, in an ideal world, we could stay there.
"If I saw any thoughts or ideas amongst any of the players thinking that we don't need to win the away games because we are doing all right anyway, believe me, I would be down on them like a tonne of bricks.
"But I don't think it would happen, I don't think that's the case."