The Seasiders won only five of their 23 Championship outings at Bloomfield Road last term and have been tipped by the pundits for another season of struggle.
Holloway is keen for his men to make their ground a fortress after frustrating draws at home to Cardiff and Derby in the past week.
"I don't like dropping points at home, I never have," admitted Holloway.
"The crowd have been very, very good but I'd like to get them some wins.
"We didn't have enough last year and it's a little bit frustrating at the moment. I feel we're playing some decent stuff but it's still very, very early."