Daniel Farke says Norwich City's home crowd 'deserve a good performance' when Millwall visit on New Year's Day.
The Canaries have found things difficult on their own turf this term, and were beaten 2-1 by Brentford the last time they hosted a Sky Bet Championship opponent.
Speaking to Norwich City TV in the aftermath of Saturday's 0-0 draw at Burton Albion, Farke said: "We want to make it a third unbeaten game in a row.
"We want a good performance at Carrow Road. Our fans deserve that because this season we struggled at the start, had a great run, then a tough run.
"It will be tricky as it's a lot of load at the moment but we want to turn things right. It will be a complicated game, being our second in 48 hours.
"We have to handle it and I'm sure we will."
Having suffered a heavy defeat to Millwall in the reverse encounter back in August, Farke says there is a collective determination to right those wrongs.
"After that result we were all annoyed we conceded four goals," he explained.
"We have improved in several topics since. Our defensive behaviour is a lot better than earlier in the season.
"That's important. Keeping our second clean sheet in a row [against Burton] was a basement but we'll also have the topic of scoring goals against Millwall."