Aston Villa chief executive Christian Purslow is against playing the remaining Premier League fixtures at neutral grounds to complete the season.
Top-flight clubs have been told that using up to 10 neutral stadiums will be the only way to finish the campaign.
“We’re a club that prides itself on home form,” he said.
Purslow’s comments come after Villa boss Dean Smith said his side were “ready and keen” to restart the season when it is “right to do so”.
Villa were 19th in the table and had played a game fewer than the other teams in the bottom half when the campaign was suspended on 13 March.
They had managed five league wins at home compared to two victories on the road and earned 17 points at Villa Park as opposed to eight on their travels.
“We’ve got six home games left to play and I think any Villa fan would agree that giving up that advantage is a massive decision for somebody running Aston Villa and I certainly wouldn’t agree to that unless those circumstances are right,” added Purslow, who was speaking to Talksport.
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