Hughes admits 'weak' City
Mark Hughes admits Manchester City's away form has to improve and says his side have looked 'weak' away from Eastlands.
Pressure is mounting on the City boss after the Blues slipped to their fourth away defeat of the season, with a 2-0 loss to Bolton on Sunday, a result that leaves Hughes' men in tenth spot in the table.
The defeat at the Reebok was City's third defeat in their last five games and up next in the Premier League for the world's richest club is a home clash with the rejuvenated Tottenham.
Although City beat Spurs 2-1 at Eastlands last week, those fans eyeing a £10 free bet will be aware in the turn around in Tottenham's fortunes following the appointment of Harry Redknapp.
Speaking after the defeat to Bolton, Hughes admitted: "You have to be stronger in possession but we failed in that respect. We need to be stronger mentally and physically.
"Our home form is excellent but our away form is weak so we need to look at that and address where we are weak. The performance we wanted wasn't there."