West Ham United boss Sam Allardyce admits he wants to bring their excellent away form to the Boleyn Ground.
They recorded their fifth clean sheet in six games on the road when they beat Burnley on Tuesday in the Capital One Cup.
"When you look at our away record now, even with the team I’ve picked (against Burnley), we’ve conceded one penalty that wasn’t a penalty at Hull City,” said the Hammers boss.
“That’s the backbone of our fantastic away performances this season, which haven’t really brought us enough wins.
“It’s a fantastic record to keep hold of and what we need to do now is turn our home performances into results and we’ll be all right.”
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