Burnley centre-back Ben Mee has urged his team-mates to replicate their performance that earned them a win over Liverpool earlier in the season when they travel to Anfield this weekend.
The Clarets were expected to struggle at Turf Moor back in August but they produced a superb display to pick up all three points.
Goals from strikers Sam Vokes and Andre Gray ensured a 2-0 win that gave Sean Dyche’s squad a huge lift so soon into the new campaign.
Dyche’s side have won eight times on home soil to move up to 12th but their away form has continued to trouble them.
They have yet to win away from home in their first 15 games but Mee believes they can change that this weekend, as long as they play with the same intensity.
He told the Lancashire Telegraph: “We need to repeat that performance at the weekend and see how it goes.
That was obviously a big performance from us, we’ve done well at home, but we need to start performing well again away from home.
“We don’t rely on our home form, we try to perform away from home. It’s not as if we’re not performing well in most weeks – obviously Saturday wasn’t a great day for us – but we don’t rely on our home form because we want to win at home and away.
“We want to be winning games, getting points and pulling away as much as we can.”