Manager Alan Knill says Scunthorpe United results at home only way to convince doubters
Manager Alan Knill accepts there are some Scunthorpe United fans who still need convincing a corner has been turned in their team's season.
And he believes the best place to do that will be at Glanford Park.
The Iron have picked up four points from their last two away games, at Shrewsbury Town and Oldham Athletic.
It means they go into Saturday's home clash with struggling Colchester United unbeaten in three, with Knill eager to put on a performance and get a result in front of their own supporters.
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"Without a doubt there are still those who need convincing," he said. "But we can't do anything about it now, we can only do something about it on the pitch.
"We'll try our best to do that.
"We've said, now we have to take the form we've had away from home and put it into our home games.
"Hopefully then it will soon turn around and we'll get our home supporters cheering us, just like the away supporters have on Tuesday (at Oldham).
"Expectation is so high, but it's for us to overcome that.
"There's always pressure playing at home, but all the great teams always win their games at home and that's what we're striving to be.
"We're striving to win all our home games and anything else we can take away from home is a bonus.
"But over the last year, or even before I came, home form was a problem. It's something that's there and it's for us to find a solution to and turn it round."
Having put a mini run together with their first points of the season, Knill knows it is important United keep that going.
"It's just a result and all of a sudden there's belief, not only on the pitch but off the pitch," he added.
"And that's the biggest thing – that the supporters believe we can win.
"We're trying our best to turn that around and now we have to go at home and do it.
"I think we're building some momentum.
"I thought we were excellent first half at Oldham and when we needed to in the second half we got bodies in the way, got some blocks in and the keeper's made great saves.
"All those things you need to progress, I thought we had on Tuesday.
"We can only build on that, take the positives from it and move on to another tough game on Saturday. And it's at home."