Harry Redknapp is looking to improve our form on the road against the top teams in the Premier League - starting at United on Saturday.
We travel to Old Trafford for a 5.30pm kick-off in the Barclays Premier League.
Victories have been hard to find over the years at the ‘Theatre of Dreams' as well as Stamford Bridge, the Emirates and Anfield.
But the manager wants to change that.
"We need that," he said. "We need to go away at the likes of Chelsea, Arsenal, Liverpool, United and pick up a win.
"We did it at City last season and now we need to go away from home in a couple of these games and pick up better results this season than we have in the past."
Harry also insisted that we'll try to achieve that aim the only way we know how - by attacking.
"A lot of it is about belief, going to these places believing you can get a result," he added.
"If you go there and you are negative about it, then you won't win.
"We'll go there looking to take the game, if we can, to United. We're not going to shut up shop completely, try to block them off and hang in there.
"We've got talent and we'll look to go there and attack them at every opportunity we get."