Scunthorpe manager Ian Baraclough admitted his side`s home form is a cause for concern after they were beaten 2-0 at home by Middlesbrough.
First-half efforts from Kris Boyd and Scott McDonald gave Boro their first victory on the road this campaign and doubled the number of goals they have scored on their travels.
It was their third successive defeat at Glanford Park for Scunthorpe and Baraclough said: "The home results aren't good. The more you get beat at home the more people will look at it.
"But you can't tell me the players have played badly from start to finish. I don't think they have done.
"We just missed chances, we had double the chances they did."