Tranmere Rovers midfielder Darren Potter believes that Micky Mellon’s side have prepared well for Saturday’s Sky Bet League One fixture away at Rotherham United.
Potter returns to the New York Stadium with Rovers having spent the last two years at the Millers as Tranmere aim for a first win on the road in South Yorkshire.
Standing in TRFC's way are Paul Warne's Millers, who recently dropped down from the Sky Bet Championship last term.
The 34-year-old Liverpudlian, Potter, who has made two appearances since his summer switch to Prenton Park, is confident Tranmere can bounce back strongly.
Potter said: “We have done a lot of hard work on the training ground and that goes without saying so we will look to bounce back.
“If you lose games like the one at Bristol Rovers, all that needs to be done is that you have to go out and work harder and I think we’ve done that since we last played.
“Hopefully we can start getting more results and move up the table, we have a good solid squad and I think that we certainly have more to give and start putting a full 90 minute performances and once that clicks you will see the best of us.”
“I know everyone at Rotherham really well, they are a good club and a run very well, there are a lot of good, hard working and honest people there and some very good players so it will be tough.
“I know exactly how they work, they won’t be lacking in hard work and on the back of relegation last season, it was tough times and they have certainly felt the pinch of being relegated but no doubt that they will be looking forward to trying to bounce back at the first attempt.”
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