Catalans will look to fix their reputation as poor travellers when they take on Wakefield at Belle Vue on Sunday.
The Dragons won just one game away from home in 2015 and that was against the Wildcats. Catalans recorded their first victory of this season on Saturday over Leeds in Perpignan.
“We want to be consistent and we want to perform well and play well at home as well as away from [the Stade Gilbert] Brutus,” Catalans coach Laurent Frayssinous said.
“Next week will be our next test to see if we can get a win away from home. We managed to get the two points today in this test, we now have to work hard to get the two points in our next test.”
Frayssinous was pleased with the performances of Dave Taylor and Krisnan Inu in the win over the Rhinos.
“I’m very pleased with Dave. I’d like to give special praise too to Krisnan Inu,” he said.
“I think he played his best footy since he joined the club today. His first 40 minutes offensively and defensively were very good.
“Our right side played very good offensively and defensively in the first half – they had a lot of ball and we only conceded one try, which came from an error.”