Winger Daniel Powell wants both he and his team-mates to be more clinical in front of goal when they take on Crawley Town on Saturday.
Despite winning six of their last seven away trips, Karl Robinson’s side are without a victory, or a goal, in their last five home games - a run which stretches all the way back to the end of February when the Dons defeated Oldham Athletic thanks to a late Ben Reeves strike.
And Powell, who has impressed since returning from an illness, has called for the side to take their chances when they arrive and put an end to their baron run.
“The team has been playing great but we’ve just been quite up and down with results,” the 23-year-old told MK Dons Player. “You normally find that your home form stronger but this year we’ve been stronger away from home.
“When you’re playing teams away there is a lot more space because when they’re at home they have to go out and win whereas away the pressure is off them. At home teams seem to want to park the bus which we’re finding hard to break down at the moment.
“It just seems like, at this minute, we need to find goals at home. We’ve been defending well, we just need to be more clinical in front of goal but I’m sure it will come.”