County haven't won away from home since the opening day of the season but the winger believes one win on the road will turn things around.
"I can't put my finger on it at all," he told the Post. "It's the million dollar question isn't it? We are so good at home, yet away we are struggling.
"We thought we had turned the corner against Bristol Rovers where we ground out a good 0-0 draw.
"And then we went to Exeter played really well and perhaps should have won the game given the chances we created.
"It looked then that we might have cracked it, but then came Salford and we know what happened there.
"It's so frustrating, but I genuinely think if we can get that first away victory then I think that could spark us off.
"The sooner we get it the better. Not just for the players, but the fans as well because they've been tremendous and have always travelled well."