David Dunn says he has no complaints with Barrow AFC’s performance levels as the Bluebirds bid to climb the League Two table tonight. Dunn’s side face his former club Oldham (Progression Solicitors’ Stadium, 7pm) hoping to preserve their unbeaten home record. Barrow are one of just five sides in the fourth tier yet to be beaten on home soil. Although their seven home games have included six draws, Dunn feels it is only a matter of time before AFC start to make strides up the table. They were denied victory at the death by Forest Green on Saturday and manager Dunn said: “The way we’ve played in the last couple of games we should have six points and not two. “But it is what it is and we’ve got to go again [against Oldham] and get that win. “I’m really positive and pleased with our performances of late. I think we’ll get better as the season goes on. I really like the shape at the minute. It’s creating a lot of problems for the opposition. We just have to see games out. “At Cambridge we showed resilience and went to the end to get the equaliser we deserved. “Can we be a little bit better and see out games like Saturday’s?” Tonight’s clash with the Latics is the second of three home games in the space of six days, with Thursday seeing the rearranged FA Cup first round tie with AFC Wimbledon. Dunn has said he will use his squad carefully as he tries to guide the Bluebirds through such a hectic period of fixtures. The AFC boss brought Scott Quigley and Kgosi Ntlhe back into the starting line-up on Saturday. Quigley’s return saw Dior Angus back on the bench, although the latter staked his claim for a recall by coming on to score the penalty against Forest Green which seemed to have set AFC up for an impressive win until the visitors scored late on. Dunn has also praised the form of Luke James, who scored Barrow’s first goal on Saturday. He said: “Luke’s playing ever so well. Him and Harrison Biggins, dropping into little pockets, are causing teams all sorts of problems. “We certainly look good value in our performance levels – we just have to turn those draws into wins.” Frontman James insists Barrow are as ready as they can be for the latest in such a busy run of games. Speaking on iFollow, he said: “The more games the better. “You’d rather play than train and it’s another massive game. "We will dust ourselves down, do all the right work and go again.”