Whether it's 50 fans or 5,000 at Fratton Park on Sunday - Fulham's Aaron Hughes insists it's the players who have to pull their finger out to get a result at Portsmouth.
The Northern Irishman dismissed recent claims from team-mate John Pantsil that the Fulham faithful could make a telling difference on away days.
The Ghanaian right-back also reckoned hikes to the likes of Burnley and Blackburn gave the players too much time to think about the coming match.
But 28-year-old Hughes knows it's up to them to cure their travel sickness which has seen them crash to four straight defeats on the road.
He said: "If you can get a big away support then it's great. But it's down to us to go on the pitch and get a result.
"You get used to all the travelling. It doesn't make any difference, and it's not a massive factor. I've played for 11 years and every other week I've played away.
"You go away and you've got to quiet the home crowd and put in a good performance."