Tranmere Rovers captain Scott Davies is taking the final 14 fixtures of the Sky Bet League One season on a “game-by-game basis.”
The Rovers goalkeeper, 32, will lead Rovers out at Adams Park on Saturday afternoon when Micky Mellon’s men visit promotion chasing Wycombe Wanderers.
And Davies is of the mentality that Rovers can navigate themselves out of the relegation places in the closing few months of the campaign.
Speaking to the local media in his pre-match interview, Davies offered his thoughts on the weekend clash against Gareth Ainsworth’s Chairboys, who are third in the table.
Davies said: “We’re in a bit of a sticky patch results wise and we have got a lot of big games coming up now and big games that will define where we end up.
“I think as much as we all want to do well and we all want to be competitive, win games of football and be as high in the league as we possibly can, we were very much of the mindset of it’s a week-to-week basis.
“We have a group that is willing to learn, willing to fight and trust the staff, and for me, that will be enough to get us out of it.
“It is now about sticking together and building on the clean sheet last week, working on what has cost us so far this season, and go from there.
“We are ready to attack the last 14 games and we know exactly what we need to do to get out of the situation that we are in, we are all grown men and we all accept the challenge.
“Wycombe are a good team, they are up there on merit, they have had a fantastic season but hopefully we can put a game plan in there to compete and go and win a game of football.”
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