Manchester City winger Kevin De Bruyne has said that his side need to improve their away form in the Barclays Premier League.
The Citizens have not scored an away goal since September and will be looking to do so in Monday's clash against Arsenal at the Emirates.
"We know that it's difficult in the Premier League to play away games but obviously our last few games weren't too good away," he said, reports mcfc.co.uk.
"We need to improve and maybe the Arsenal game can be a turning point.
"It will be a good game because they are a really good team with a lot of possession on the ball so maybe we can be dangerous there.
"The most important thing is to get a run of winning games.
"If we can win these two [v Arsenal and Leicester] it will mean a great deal but then we have to win another three of four games in a row to put together a little run and then it's really difficult for others when they drop points.
"Arsenal are doing well. They reached the Champions League last 16 and are second in the league so they are doing fine as a team. They've also had a lot of injuries like us but they have a lot of quality and it's going to be a tough game over there."