Crouch believes Stoke can remain unbeaten

Peter Crouch believes that his team Stoke is good enough to remain unbeaten on away grounds for some more weeks if they play the brand of soccer they have been playing.
This is the best start ever in the top tier for the Potters as far as the away games are concerned.
They have played 3 away league games in the ongoing season so far. They have won 1, while, have drawn 2 and that one win has come against none other than the reigning champions Manchester City.
If Stoke’s last two away games of the previous season are taken into account as well, then, this unbeaten run becomes even longer.
Effectively, Stoke has not been beaten in the last 5 league matches that they have played away from home.
It’s something which a club like Stoke should be hailed for achieving.
According to Crouch, Stoke can stretch this period even longer. Talking to the press ahead of Potters’ another away game against Sunderland, the striker said, “They (Sunderland) would be up for avenging the loss that they suffered against us recently. They would be coming all guns blazing. As far as we are concerned, for us, it’s about keeping things simple, playing like we played the other day. If we do that, there is no reason why we can’t get better of them again.”
“Having gone unbeaten for a few months away, we have started feeling confident as visitors now. We always go on the pitch thinking about three points and nothing less than that.”
When asked how he thinks he himself is going, Crouch said, “I have enjoyed playing with the youngsters in this current set up. My role is to get them into play and I have been trying to do that.”