Micky Mellon is looking forward to sampling the Boundary Park atmosphere again this afternoon.

Out of the new manager's four games in charge of Oldham Athletic so far, only one has been at home.

But Latics are back in OL1 for today's Remembrance Day game, and the visit of Eastleigh (kick-off 3pm), with Mellon looking to build on the 2-2 comeback draw with Altrincham in their last league game.

"It will be another tough game but I love playing here," said the Oldham boss.

"I've only played here once at home since I've been here and really enjoyed it; I thought that we played well, although there are few things at the minute that we need to be getting like clean sheets and scoring first. That changes everything, so we're working towards that, but the players showed a lot of character by coming back twice.

"It was a brilliant atmosphere, great crowd, lovely pitch. Everything was great. So I'm really looking forward to the game and looking at the game to see if we're improving. I keep my eye on that all the time, and that's what I'm trying to do - keep improving the team every performance and then asking myself why in certain areas of the performance I don't think it was good enough and then just keep working all the time; keep working hard, keep trying to improve it, and I'm really enjoying it."