JOHN Coleman says his Accrington Stanley side will be revved up to go again as they look to end their ‘horrendous’ away record at Charlton Athletic tomorrow night.

The Reds have played seven away games so far this season and have won just one – at Crewe – while losing five.

And they also have been handed an away tie in the FA Cup first round – at Port Vale next month.

Their latest defeat came on Saturday at Cheltenham and Coleman described their away form as ‘horrendous’ after the 1-0 defeat.

They have a chance to put it right at The Valley, with Charlton currently 22nd in the League One table with two wins.

Stanley are 11th but are going through a tricky spell with one win in their last six league outings.

“We have to pick ourselves up, we know we are a good team, we know we can play well and we have just got to find a way of getting back to enhancing our strengths and using our strengths which I don’t think we have done often enough this season,” Coleman told the club’s website.

“I don’t think at any stage this season we have played badly but we haven’t played consistently well either.

“We are very much in fits and starts and we want to get consistency into our play, consistency into our system and style of football. We are getting a bit muddled at the moment and we have to sort it out.

“It’s the trials and tribulations of being a football manager and sometimes it’s hard as things are out of your control. You can’t get inside the minds of players but you have to continue to have a style.”