Manager Micky Mellon praised his players hard work and desire to secure a third consecutive away win in Sky Bet League following a 2-1 triumph at Blackpool.
Mellon's men, backed by nearly 1,000 Tranmere Rovers supporters, secured the win with two first half goals from strikers Morgan Ferrier and James Vaughan.
Speaking to the local media following the conclusion of the game, Mellon said: "We are delighted to get a result at a really difficult place to get results. We are really pleased we have been able to do that, we have worked very hard.
"We were asked questions in the second half defensively and we answered them. The players answered the questions asked of them down to pure hard work, sometimes it is all about pure hard work and desire.
"The players showed that and that is what is going to take backed by a tremendous away following. It was a terrific away performance filled with lots of guts and desire.
"We have played a lot of games recently and we trust the group. When we make changes like we did tonight we trust them to come in and give you a performance like they did this evening. We can play many systems, it is about the players at the end of the day.
"It is about the players going out there and doing the jobs they have to do in their areas of the pitch and they did that this evening.
"We had players who deserved a bit of a mental and physical breather and we were able to do that. I am pleased about that and we can now move into the remainder of the week with another massive game on Saturday."
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