HEAD coach Craig Harrison is looking forward to home comforts as Connah's Quay Nomads aim to maintain their brilliant run of form.

On-the-up Nomads have won four matches on the bounce - and they've kept a clean sheet in each one of these.

After 4-0 victories versus Holywell Town, Cefn Druids and Bala Town, things were much tighter as Nomads defeated Caernarfon Town 1-0 in their latest Cymru Premier League run out.

Next up is a home clash in the league tomorrow with Penybont.

Since that Caernarfon triumph, Nomads have enjoyed a week-and-a-half away from action and Harrison told the club's Twitter page: "It's brilliant.

"Get on the training pitch and do some actual work because there's been a lot of Saturdays, Tuesdays, Fridays, Tuesdays, etc, etc.

"So the lads can have three or four days' recovery and then we can go again ready for Penybont, because I think in the next four games we've got three at home and it's a great opportunity to get our home form up-and-running again."

A spectacular strike from former Wales international Neal Eardley sealed Nomads' latest win and Harrison was full of praise for two moments at either end of the pitch.

"Two bits of really good play in the game," he stressed.

"Ollie Byrne's made a fantastic save in the first half at an important time just before half-time and Neal Eardley's had a fantastic volley from the edge of the box.

"It's smashed against the crossbar and went in.

"So them are the defining moments and we got our defining moments right and that's with the bit of quality we've got."