Andy Lynch wants Hull FC to improve their record away from home in the 2013 Super League campaign.
Hull finished in sixth place this season, losing just once - a 56-12 defeat to Wigan in April - and drawing twice at the KC Stadium in 13 games.
They suffered nine defeats away from the KC Stadium, including losing to lowly Salford and Widnes, an area the ex-Bradford man wants addressing.
The 32-year-old knows it is a mental issue and that replicating their performances on home soil will bring about a change of results on the road next season.
"We only lost once at home in the league last season, which is good going," Lynch told the Hull Daily Mail.
"The fans here help massively and we need to keep the KC a fortress and improve on last year's great home record if we can.
"We need to do it away from home too though. Salford, Wakefield, Widnes, there were too many poor performances away from home. I can't put my finger on why we didn't have a good away record.
"It is just a field, no matter where we are playing it's the same, and we need to be better away from home next year."