Hibernian manager Pat Fenlon is eager to improve his side's defending away from home after losing 3-0 at Inverness CT.
Caley have leapfrogged Hibs into second place in the Scottish Premier League.
"We've had disappointing results away from home previously and bounced back well, so that's something we've got to do," Fenlon told BBC Scotland.
"But we've also got to look at why we're shipping so many goals away from home."
Hibs have now conceded 17 goals on their travels in the league this season.
The latest three came from Thistle's Ross Draper, Richie Foran and Billy McKay.
"We didn't defend properly as a team today," said Fenlon.
"We didn't show as much hunger as Inverness did for the game."