West Ham boss Sam Allardyce has challenged the Hammers to transfer their brilliant away record to Upton Park after a 2-0 success in the League Cup at Championship Burnley.
Robbie Brady's penalty for Hull at the KC Stadium remains the only goal the Hammers have conceded in half a dozen away games this season.
"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 Allardyce.
"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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