So far, Ange Postecoglou has made a positive start to life as Celtic boss, rejuvenating the Hoops crowd with his attacking style of play.
His home form, in particular, has been extremely impressive as his side remain unbeaten at home, scoring a barrowload of goals, especially in domestic fixtures.
As quoted by The Herald, Postecoglou is now looking to carry that ruthlessness over to away fixtures, with a run of potentially tricky games coming up in the next few months.
Postecoglou said: “You need to address the fact of what we haven’t done in those games.
“When I look at the first games we had, we had some good performances away but there were disappointing elements in them, especially against Midtjylland over there. The flip side of that is that we lost all those games by a single goal.
“The frustrating thing for me was that we had enough good opportunities to win them. I think that is maybe what we have to address but I don’t think we have to change the way we play or change our approach.
“We want to play good football and be a dominant team but in big games and in tight games away from home, when the moments arise we take them.”
With just the one win away from home in competitive games, so far this season coming in the Czech Republic against Jablonec, it is certainly something that Ange will be looking to improve.
Of course, the trip to Spain on Thursday is going to be a tough test, followed shortly by Livingston away – a venue we have yet to win at since their promotion to the Scottish Premiership.
The next few months will be absolutely massive in the League title race. With travels to both Livingston and Hibernian to come in the next few months, hopefully, we can step up that form and transform it on the road.