Performances on the road against Chelsea and Manchester City have already shown that Steve Bruce’s side are more than capable of taking the game to their opposition and Aluko can see no reason why that will change when the Tigers travel to Newcastle United at the weekend.
“There’s never going to be an easy game for any team in the Premier League,” said Aluko.
“We’re going to Newcastle who are a big club with a big fan base and they have some very good players as well.
“But we showed when we went to Manchester City that we will compete away from home and we want to dictate to teams how we play as well.
“I’m sure we’ll try and do the same at Newcastle and it should be a good game.”
The one nagging worry so far has been the conversion of chances into goals with centre back Curtis Davies scoring the Tigers’ first league goal from open play in last weekend’s draw with Cardiff.
However, with attacking options set to be boosted by the return from suspension of Yannick Sagbo on Saturday, Aluko is confident City’s front men will soon start to fire.
“I’m sure if Yannick gets the chance he will want to come in and show what he’s got,” added Aluko.
“He might feel that he’s got a point to prove with coming into a new league and with the fans not having seen much of him so far.
“He’ll want to get in the team and if that happens, it’s all about taking the chances.”