County needed a late goal to gain a point last weekend at Darlington, while their away form may not be perfect they can be pleased with their home results, writes Tom Feaheny.
"None of the teams who come up from the Evo-Stik Premier and do well surprise me, it could be down to momentum they have, it will be a good test for our unbeaten home run," Gannon said to the club's website..
"For us the aim is the play-offs like it will be for a fair few sides, we know that Blyth is a good challenge for us."
Gannon has also praised Jason Oswell who has impressed up front since joining but has urged others to do the same.
"Jason has got a few goals and looked lively, I feel we need to be a bit more clinical as a team, if we can do that draws become wins, more points are gained."
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