Gillingham manager Mark Stimson is delighted with the form that seen his side lose only once in eight League 1 home matches.
A Curtis Weston penalty gave the Gills a 1-0 victory over Oldham on Saturday in their latest league match at Priestfield.
And Stimson said: "At the moment the boys are doing really well at home and that’s been the case for a few years with Gillingham.
"But the away form hasn’t been the best and we want to change that.
"It’s important we do well at home, especially against the teams who I think will be in and around us at the end of the season. I think Oldham will be one of those."