Gareth Barry believes Manchester City can get their campaign back on track away to Liverpool on Saturday. City travel to Anfield having drawn their last five league matches with their last away win coming in August against Portsmouth.
"This run has been frustrating," he told the club's official website.
"In at least two of the games we felt that we should have come away with all three points.
"To concede late goals after you've been leading at home was incredibly disappointing, but hopefully Liverpool can be the perfect game for us to vent our frustrations and kick our season on again."
"It's always great to play at Anfield," he added. "It's one of the best stadiums with one of the best atmospheres you're ever going to get at a football game.
"It's always a very tough place to go, Liverpool at home are expected to do well so it will be tough for us, but we're expecting that.
"You can't go to somewhere like Anfield with any fear, and with the players we have in our squad we should not do either.
"We're the away team, so if we can get a result that would be a big bonus for us."