They may have been hit for four on Saturday - but Fulham will be gunning for goals at Bolton this weekend.
So says Dickson Etuhu, as the Whites bid to end a 10-month wait for a Premier League win on the road at The Reebok Stadium on Saturday.
Roy Hodgson's men were stuffed 4-0 by Manchester United last week, and have managed just four goals in 14 matches away from Craven Cottage this campaign.
But the former Sunderland midfielder says they'll be going for an all-out attack as they bid to end their away day misery.
He said: "We know we need to break the duck. We express ourselves. You never see us sit back and let the other team play. We'll take a 1-0 win, but we're not going to sit there and defend.
"We're not scoring goals away from home, and that's probably why we're not winning them. But that will come, and hopefully we can do that at Bolton."
Fulham make the trip to the north-west within touching distance of West Ham in seventh spot.
And although Etuhu has set his sights on Premier League safety, he hasn't ruled out a late push for a European League spot.
"That 40-43 points is what we need," he said. "Then we can express ourselves and start thinking about Europe and stuff like that."
Etuhu has been an almost ever present since Jimmy Bullard's departure to Hull in January, and has built a solid partnership with Whites captain Danny Murphy in the middle of the park.