Exeter boss Paul Tisdale has urged his side to lift the pressure on their impressive home form by reviving their fortunes on the road.
City have lost just one of their last 10 home fixtures but travel to Huddersfield on Saturday on the back of successive away defeats.
"We have to continue to do well at home," he told The Western Morning.
"But we would like to have had some better results away at times to take some pressure off the home form.
"That's why I was so disappointed last Tuesday (a 2-1 defeat at Notts County) because, although we tried really hard, it was a bit of a give-away and we can't afford that.
"Going to Huddersfield is a tough ask but, if we keep pushing and believing, we will get what we deserve."