Brazilian midfielder Adryan is at a loss to explain Leeds United's woeful away record.
Brazilian attacker Adryan says he is unable to explain why the club's form is so different at home and away, but admits it is a problem the team have recognised.
Leeds have won 18 of their 23 points at home this season, and only five points on their travels, the second to worst record in the Championship
Speaking to BBC Radio Leeds, he said: "We have just a problem, when we play at home we play so well. When we play away we play so well too but we always lose, I don't know why.
"The coach is a brilliant coach, on the pitch and in training. We have to win all games at Elland Road because we are so strong at home."
He added he was determined to try to break his goalscoring duck soon, hopeful he would do so against Fulham this weekend.
Leeds haven't been as terrible on their travels as the record suggests, only games against Ipswich, Cardiff and Brentford have seen them lost by more than one goal.
Against Blackburn and Rotherham they were very unlucky, letting leads slip, and head coach Neil Redfearn will need to find a way to put it right, before it becomes a mental issue for the players, if it has not already done so.