Manager Micky Mellon loved the atmosphere inside Prenton Park as nearly 8,000 fans watched Tranmere make it four wins on the bounce, the first time the Club has done that in the EFL in 11 years.
Striker James Norwood scored his 26th goal of the campaign as Rovers beat Crewe by one goal to nil as Friday night football returned to Tranmere in a winning fashion.
Now the focus turns to Tuesday night's game at home to Grimsby Town.
Speaking in his post-match press conference, the boss said: “I’m really pleased for the boys. We spoke about what we could affect, and one of those was the conditions and how the game was going to be played.
“We can keep going and keep going as we know that we have got quality in our group, at some stage we believe that, that quality is going to come to fruition, we are really pleased that it did and we are delighted to see that we got the winner.
“We just have to keep plugging away and keep doing the things that the game is asking you, deal with it and be good in these conditions, whatever that is, you need to be good at if your attitude and tempo is right, and the players showed that. It is a fantastic win especially on a Friday night.
“The atmosphere was electric, I loved it, I loved the atmosphere, it is really what Tranmere is all about and I am really pleased for the fans.”
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