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Subtle tweaks, not big changes needed against Wolves - Gary Rowett

Whether that's a change of formation, personnel or a change of attitude away from home - all of those things come into the mix.

Gary Rowett
Although Blues have for the large part been decent away from home, they have been a long way off mirroring their home points tally recently, with just one league victory in their last ten away from St. Andrew's.

"We have been fairly solid and we have only lost three in that period," said the Blues boss.
 
"As we know, sometimes a good away performance is to be solid, nick a goal and go away with a 1-0 win. We have done that quite a few times earlier in the season.

"We saw it against Brentford and Leeds that when you are 1-0 up away from home the other team has to push. You then get another opportunity to counter and score a decisive second - and that's what happened.

"Recently we have lost a couple and we have not managed to get that goal to change that part of the game.

"I think it does change your mindset in as much that I am not stupid enough to think you just keep doing same things and just hope that something changes.

"I think we will always try to be more proactive than that and look at whether we need to do something different.

"We have seen at home that sometimes if you are patient things change. We don't need to change that much, I think it's little subtle tweaks and changes you are looking for.

"Whether that's a change of formation, personnel or a change of attitude away from home - all of those things come into the mix when you have lost a couple of games after you have been fairly solid."

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