It is in stark contrast to their form at Turf Moor, where they have collected 18 of their 19 points.
But Coyle insisted: "It is not a psychological thing for me or a mental thing. Home and away it shouldn't be any different in terms of trying to win games.
"I accept everyone loves home advantage in the Premier League but it is still the same principles, defend well one end and take your chances at the other.
"What we have to do is add points on our travels to our home form and if we do that we will be fine.
"If we do that it (staying up) will be against all the odds and it will be an unbelievable achievement for the club."