DEFENDER Craig Woodman says he and his Exeter City teammates will be looking to put their home from right when they face Oxford United at home on Boxing Day.
The game, which kicks-off at 3pm, will see City go in search of their first win at St James's Park since a 2-0 win over Wimbledon on November 6.
The Grecians had looked as though they were going to end their poor home from on Saturday when Liam Sercombe gave them a 1-0 half-time lead against Plymouth Argyle.
But a below par second half display saw Joe Lennox equalise for Argyle to claim a point.
"We have been picking up results away from home," said Woodman. "I don't know whether the mentality is different. It is hard to put your finger on it."
Woodman, who joined City from Brentford in the summer, has started 22 games for the club this season and added that he is happy at the club.
"I'm really enjoying it," he said. "I didn't play a lot of football last year so to be playing every week now, is what I came for. I just hope we can start to win these home games and the away games I think take care of themselves."