Caley Thistle manager John Robertson hopes another strong home showing can produce a Championship victory over Dunfermline today.
Inverness have enjoyed strong form at Caledonian Stadium this term, winning nine of their 13 home matches so far.
Robertson was particularly thrilled by his side’s display in their last home outing, when they defeated Ayr United 2-0 a fortnight ago, and the Caley Jags boss is determined to find a similar standard against the Pars.
Robertson said: “We wanted to improve our home record this season and it will be improved – there is no doubt about that.
“Looking at the last performance here at home against Ayr, we were exceptional. We played a lot of good football and could have had a lot more goals.
“We are going to have to play at that level to beat Dunfermline, because they are a team similar to ourselves who are in very good form.
“They will be hurting from a defeat on Saturday as well, which goes against the grain of how they have been playing.
“It should be another highly entertaining football match, but one we want to get all three points from.”
Inverness are aiming to get back to winning ways following last weekend’s 3-1 loss to Partick Thistle, with Robertson wary of Stevie Crawford’s men who have climbed into the play-off spots in recent weeks.
He added: “It has not gone unnoticed Dunfermline are on a good run of form, and they fought back from 4-1 down with 10 men to get back to 4-3 against Dundee.
“It was a game that finished similar to ours, end-to-end with opportunities for both teams.
“They have a very hot striker at the moment in Kevin Nisbet who is scoring a lot of goals. He is someone that will have to be watched.
“We are on good form as well though. It wasn’t like Saturday was a poor performance where we didn’t create anything and slumped to a defeat. It was a game we should have got something out of.”