Caley Thistle winger Aaron Doran feels the onus is on the Highlanders to be great entertainers in front of their own supporters this season.
Inverness return to home action for the first time in nearly three weeks when they host a free-scoring Morton side, who have netted 26 goals in their opening eight matches in all competitions.
Caley Jags are aiming to improve on last season’s home record, which saw them win just five of their 18 matches at Caledonian Stadium.
Having recorded a 2-1 victory over Arbroath in their first home outing this term, Irishman Doran is hopeful his side can build on it when they take on David Hopkin’s side in the Championship tonight.
Doran said: “I haven’t seen Morton, just their results, but they’ve been involved in a lot of high-scoring games.
“Last season, they would have sat in and looked to frustrate us, but I think they’re the kind of team that is going to try to go at us.
“I’m sure that will help us. Last season it was difficult to break teams down, but if they come and attack us hopefully there will be space to exploit.
“We are expected here at home to go out and play and we want to play good, attacking football. That’s the type of team we are.”
Caley Jags struck late to defeat the Red Lichties in their last home outing through Miles Storey’s 82nd minute winner, and Doran feels developing a ruthless streak at home holds the key to his side’s hopes of challenging for the title.
The 28-year-old added: “For the first part of last season, we were winning games up to the last 10 minutes and then we would come away with a draw.
“That’s when all the draws started happening.
“We’ve already got rid of that this season. We got the win against Arbroath, which wasn’t our greatest performance, but we managed to pull out the victory.
“That’s our aim. If we can pick up our home form this season, we could be right up there this season.”
Inverness go into tonight’s game fresh from claiming a creditable point in their last outing away to Dundee last weekend.
Although Doran feels his side spurned chances to claim a victory, the former Blackburn Rovers player believes the result gives John Robertson’s men a strong platform to take into tonight’s match.
He added: “The second half was a bit of a battle where there wasn’t a lot of football played, but in the last 10 or 15 minutes we had three or four good chances and came away disappointed we didn’t take all three points.
“Dundee are one of the favourites to win the league, so it was a good place to go and pick up a point.”