CALUM MCINTYRE is looking to increase his attacking options as Chester become away day specialists.

Tomorrow’s National League North trip to Darlington opens a spell of six away matches on the bounce for the Blues.

They head to York City for Tuesday’s FA Cup replay while the Blues will face Nantwich Town again a week on Saturday in the FA Trophy at The Weaver Stadium. November then continues with trips to Alfreton, South Shields and Rushall.

A win for Chester could see them climb back into the play-off positions and boss McIntyre is looking at the possibility of adding to the squad with an attacker.

Following last week’s 0-0 draw with York, McIntyre (pictured above) told Chester FC TV: “We’ve got, in Charlie Caton, a real good ‘un. Adam Thomas has been tremendous, particularly in a front-two.

“I think Tom Peers, wow, you see what he brings to the table, he’s such a platform.

“The reality is it’s great when everyone’s fit. We’ve had Charlie Caton on limited minutes, Peersy’s cup-tied and Adam Thomas has just been thrown about for the first half.

“So, it’s great when everyone’s fit, but invariably too often we’ve not had the bodies in certain positions.

“So, want to add for what’s going to be a really busy spell, because... we’re going to be Saturday-Tuesday until the end of time and, God forbid, imagine if we win that replay and then all of a sudden there’s another one.”

Leaders Tamworth host Banbury tomorrow while South Shields, who moved level on points with the front-runners after Tuesday’s 1-0 win over Buxton, go to Southport.

Other fixtures: Alfreton v Scarborough; Boston v Hereford; Brackley v Blyth; Buxton v Farsley; Chorley v Peterborough Sports; Curzon Ashton v Bishop’s Stortford; King’s Lynn v Spennymoor; Scunthorpe v Gloucester; Warrington v Rushall.

Chesterfield boss Paul Cook enjoyed Sunday’s FA Cup giant-killing act as his National League leaders beat League One front-runners Portsmouth.

But the Spireites boss knows where his priorities lie heading into tomorrow’s top-two battle at home to Barnet.

“We’re never going to win the FA Cup and we know the league is our priority,” said Cook.

Tomorrow’s other fixtures: AFC Fylde v York; Aldershot v Kidderminster; Altrincham v Southend; Boreham Wood v Bromley; Gateshead v Dorking; Hartlepool v Ebbsfleet; Maidenhead v FC Halifax; Oldham v Eastleigh; Oxford City v Woking; Wealdstone v Rochdale; Dagenham v Solihull.