Jake Goodman claims AFC Wimbledon are desperate to end their bout of travel sickness at promotion-chasing Bury on Saturday.
The Dons are yet to win on the road in 2015 and the trip to the Shakers is the last chance to 'bury' the unwanted tag before next season
According to Millwall loanee Goodman, the need to exorcise such a demon provides sufficient motivation for a team with seemingly little to play for.
He said: "Everyone is saying you have not won away in 2015 and no-one wants that hanging over them right through the summer, so we are going to go to Bury and try everything to win.'
Boss Neal Ardley has laid other incentives before his players ahead of the journey to Gigg Lane, including reaching 60 points for the first time in the club's League Two history.
On a more personal note, there was a hint Ardley would like to do his former Dons teammate Gareth Ainsworth a good turn in the scrap for the last automatic promotion spot.
The Wombles dented those hopes when holding Ainsworth's Wycombe Wanderers to a goalless draw at Kingsmeadow last Saturday, tightening a three-way battle between the Chairboys, Southend and Bury for that last ticket to league one.
Having played party pooper once, a similar display at Gigg Lane would do his old mate a favour.
He said: "We've had a chat about can we stay unbeaten until the end of the season and can we win a game away from home which would help Wycombe out if we could. If we do that we will get to 60 points which was our other target."