PETER JACKSON was today focusing on Saturday's crunch clash with Oldham at Boundary Park and pondering one big question: Why are Town playing better away from home than at the Galpharm Stadium?
Last night's 2-1 victory at Swindon took Town's points tally on their travels to 15 - one more than they've picked up on home soil, where their next outing is the huge derby against Bradford City on Saturday week (noon).
"Last night confirmed we've got the ability to be right among the challengers, but it's no good producing performances like that away from home if we can't pick up our home form," said Jackson, who played five at the back, four in midfield and just Pawel Abbott up front.
"If we can get back to our best at the Galpharm, with our big home support getting behind us like the ones who travelled to Swindon did, then we will be absolutely fine.
"The lads trained well during the lay-off following Wrexham, and a lot of the things we worked on paid off for us.
"The defence were very solid - the only way Swindon were going to score was with a long ball into the box or a set piece - and we moved the ball about well, looking like we were going to score every time we got forward.
"On top of that, the finishing was excellent and the only down side was Lee Fowler's dismissal, but we'll have a look at that and decide whether to appeal."