Tranmere Rovers goalkeeper Scott Davies says that the side must take responsibility for their performances, ahead of Sunday lunchtime’s trip to St Andrew’s Trillion Trophy Stadium for a Sky Bet League One fixture against Coventry City.
Micky Mellon’s men will face a Sky Blues outfit live on Sky Sports, as they go in search of their first away victory of the season down in the Midlands.
Coventry stand in Tranmere’s way this weekend, with Mark Robins’ team losing just once in their opening 11 games in the third-tier.
Club captain Davies, who signed a new two-and-a-half-year contract at Prenton Park earlier this week, knows that he and his team-mates must be more consistent.
Davies said: “I think in certain moments, we’ve looked like a very good team, you’ve seen what we’re trying to work towards, but we’ve not done it consistently for 90 minutes and we all have to take responsibility for that, me or anyone else in the team, we have to take responsibility for that.
“We are working hard, we are a new group and there is a lot of new players, but we are working very hard.
“As long as we are putting that work in on the training pitch, I have belief that over the course of the 46-game season, we’ll be where we deserve to be, and we’ll be okay.”
Davies admits that he “fell in love” with Tranmere since his arrival in the summer of 2015, winning back-to-back promotions with the Club along the way during his four years on the Wirral.
He added: “Along the way we have gone through tough times, and when you experience every kind of emotion with a group of people, you tend to fall in love, and it’s just like real life.
“The fans have been superb with me. We’ve had our dark days but they don’t half make the good days better, I love the place but I also know it expects a standard, it expects a certain kind of character, effort and desire and I can guarantee you that as an individual, I’ll be out there every day giving those things to Tranmere.”
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