Wolverhampton Wanderers head coach Kenny Jackett has told the club's official Youtube channel that he wants his side to continue with the same "commitment and energy" that has secured regular points on the road.
The West Midlands outfit possess one of the worst home records in the Championship this season, with just four wins being registered in 16 matches, but it has been a different story on their travels.
Wolves have 22 points from 15 away fixtures - four points more than they have achieved at Molineux - while they have not suffered a setback on opposition territory since they were humbled 4-1 by Sheffield Wednesday almost two months ago.
Jackett has acknowledged that his team's form in front of their own supporters has deserved the criticism that has come their way, but he is hopeful that his side can continue to perform consistency up and down the country when they face Huddersfield Town at the John Smith's Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
The 54-year-old told the club's official Youtube channel: "We have had some good results and we have been pleased with the performances as well. The Reading one was a good one and we want more of the same.
"As the side evolves and changes slightly, we want the same commitment and energy from the players. It's vital away from home that you can find that energy to defend well and then break to give the opposition a problem."
Wolves currently sit 11 points off the top six in the Championship standings.