Derby County are still looking for their first win of the season at the iPro Stadium.
It is a tactic that has worked to date, with Paul Clement's men still searching for their first win in front of their own supporters, and Ince has urged his teammates to be more ruthless in future.
"We have to realise that teams come to the iPro and will be defensive and we have to break them down," Ince said.
Derby's results have actually been better away from home this season, where they have played some of their best football.
Wins at Preston North End and Reading of late have pushed them up the Championship table, and they will be aiming to make it three victories on the bounce against Milton Keynes Dons on Saturday.
The Rams travel to stadium:mk unbeaten in their last three matches, but Ince is determined not to allow any complacency creep in.
"Karl Robinson has his team playing good football, the right way. So hopefully it might suit us," he said. "But it could easily go the other way. That is the Championship for you. If we can pick up three points, and then at home to Brentford puts us in good stead coming into to October
"From the outside, people will expect us to head to the Stadium:mk and turn them over. But teams playing against Derby play differently. With the money we've spent, the players we've got, beating us will be a scalp, and teams raise their game. We know what we have got to do."
Derby are currently sat in 12th place in the Championship, and they will be aiming to climb the table quickly - as they set their sights on securing promotion to the Premier League.