Teddy Sheringham admits it will be nice to be back at home on Sunday - and a win would bring greater comfort.
Our recent dip in form has coincided with the tough examination of playing four out of five games away from the Lane. Not surprisingly, Teddy feels it will be a benefit to step out in familiar surroundings against Leeds as the team seeks a return to winning habits.
"It will be," agreed Teddy. "The important thing is to get back to winning ways - we've had a few reverses we didn't need at this stage.
"That happens in a season and we've got to get back to winning ways now."
Teddy points out that a developing team is going to suffer setbacks from time to time and insists the squad have the character to restore early season fortunes.
"We know we're going to have our ups and downs. It's up to us now, Leeds are a quality side and we know we're going to have to perform well.
"I've got enough confidence in the boys here to know that we can start winning again."