Cardiff City defender Sol Bamba admits the Bluebirds need to start turning performances into results in matches away from the Cardiff City stadium.
Speaking to the club website, Bamba said he is confident he and his teammates can do just that at West Ham United tomorrow night.
The Bluebirds go into the match on a high following Friday night’s 2-1 victory over Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Matt Doherty gave Wolves the lead before second-half strikes from Aron Gunnarsson and Junior Hoilett ensured boss Neil Warnock could celebrate his 70th birthday in the best possible manner on Saturday.
The win means Warnock’s side sit 16th in the Premier League table after 14 rounds of matches having amassed 11 points including three victories.
All of those victories have come on home soil, and Bamba admitted their away form needs to be addressed.
The 33-year-old said:
We thrive in important games. When the pressure is on, this group always reacts really well. We know we have to do better away from home too though. Performance-wise it’s been good, but unfortunately, the results haven’t been there. We have to keep at it, and hopefully, it will come.
The start of the season was very difficult, playing a lot of the top teams. There are more winnable games now, although the Gaffer doesn’t like us using that word, as he wants to keep us on our toes! We back ourselves and know that if we keep performing as we have done recently, we can come away with something.