Jordi Xumetra feels the time is right for Levante to remedy their split personality and give their home fans something to cheer about against Espanyol.
Los Granotes have won three games this season but all have come on the road, with their four home games yielding three draws and a loss.
A Ciutat de Valencia clash with Javier Aguirre's men allows them the chance to fix that, though, and midfielder Xumetra hopes that can take it.
"We are looking for the victory at home. We need to give joy to our own fans and we will give everything we can on the pitch to win," he told his club's official website.
"It is unfinished business for us. Away from home we have been very strong, but we will now seek a victory for our fans. We have a belief in our group and we are confident of our chances.
"We know we can win at this level."
That was what they did last weekend as they won 1-0 at Celta Vigo, but they face an Espanyol side with a greater scalp to their name.
They ended Atletico Madrid's 100 per cent start to the season by the same scoreline - a result which caught the attention of most - but midfielder Victor Sanchez is adamant they will not be getting carried away with themselves.
"No-one must think we're going to go there and win 4-0. We have to match them in the second ball and in 50/50s," he told reporters this week.
"But if we dominate them in those situations and have a little patience when we have the ball I think we can cause them a lot of damage."
Sanchez will be back in the team after missing the Atletico game due to suspension, but Thievy Bifouma is a concern after suffering a bout of gastritis.