Derby County boss Gary Rowett is going back to the drawing board for tomorrow's game at Brentford in a bid to kick-start his side's away form.
The Rams' only win on the road this season came at struggling Bolton, where the Bees grabbed their first three-pointer of the season on Saturday.
Since then, Derby have been well beaten at Sheffield United and Bristol City – leading to Rowett considering changes for the Griffin Park clash.
“We have got to change something – whether that is personnel, mentality or formation, whatever it is,” he said.
“At home, to lose one game in eight in total is a good record, but away from home quite frankly we have not been anywhere near good enough.
“So I would be pretty stupid keep doing the same thing and hoping it will change. Tomorrow night’s game will be an opportunity for some players to come back into the team.”
The Bees could well face Welsh international midfielder Joe Ledley, who Derby signed as a free agent at the end of last week, but who played no part in their 1-1 draw at Birmingham on Saturday.
“I don’t want to sit here and say he will start tomorrow night, but I would imagine there will be an opportunity for him to start in one of the next two games,” Rowett added.