County have impressed at home this season and are currently unbeaten in the league and cup so far, writes Tom Feaheny.
Jim Gannon told the club's website that he is impressed with the way they are playing and the results they are gaining at home, as they look to take that form going into the next league game.
"I'm looking at our home form it is five clean sheets out of six games, the lads are enjoying the energy that is being created at Edgeley Park, I'm pleased with how we are playing at home
"We have to look at the North Ferriby United game, we have that belief that we can get the win, our home form is that good, we have to look at the aims of picking up maximum points at home."
When looking at the other changes being made within the club set-up Gannon says there are many positives he is taking into the way they are progressing now.
"We are changing what we are doing here, we are working and preparing lads with three hours contact time we are trying to up that, it was great with the under 19s, we got the lads training with them, it is great to see that interaction, ultimately that will see us have a more full-time structure in time."
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