Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini has insisted that he is not worried about his side's poor away form.
City are two points clear of Manchester United at the top of the table, but have won one in the last six away games.
However, the Italian manager has shown no concern for the lack of wins away from the Etihad Stadium and believes that his side deserved more from the last few away games.
"We knew it was impossible to score three goals in every away game. Sometimes you can lose these games," said the 47-year-old.
"But we didn't deserve to lose any of these games. At Sunderland we had 70% possession and lost to an offside goal in injury time.
"At Everton we had 70% possession of the ball and had all the shots. At Chelsea it was the same."
City travel to the Midlands on Sunday to face Aston Villa.