Danny Lloyd told the local media ahead of Friday night's FA Cup tie against Brackley Town that the lads are expecting a tough game and will not take their opponents lightly.
Lloyd has faced Brackley before during his time at AFC Fylde and Stockport County, and he has a good idea what to expect when the game kicks off in front of the BBC cameras at 7.55pm.
Lloyd, who also discussed the positivity around the Campus and his start to life as a Rovers player, said, " It has been really good since I have been at the Club.
"I have enjoyed every day in training, the lads are on a fantastic run and long may it continue.
"The form started before I came in and Ian Dawes and Andy Parkinson got the lads playing fantastic, and the Gaffer has come in and he has an ethos and a philosophy to play football, so there are really good things happening at Tranmere Rovers. I am pleased to be apart of the Club.
"Day to day, not much has changed. We are still doing similar things in training. I think that is brilliant, it is a testament to the work Ian Dawes and Andy Parkinson have done. As time passes, the Gaffer will do things as he sees fit but personally I need to make sure I work hard every day and hopefully it will continue for a long period of time.
"It is unfortunate the fans can't be with us for the game on Friday night. It will be great to play under the lights at Prenton Park, fingers crossed we will get the right result.
"I have been in the non-league side shoes many of time when playing league clubs and you always feel, the longer you can stay in the game, you have got that chance of nicking the victory.
"Brackley have always been a tough team and I have played them a few times during my time at Fylde and Stockport. It has always been a tough place to go and they are a very hard working team.
"They will not come to Prenton Park and roll over, they are going to see it as a big challenge and they will be really looking forward to it. We will be ready to go and carry on the good work that has gone on in the last few weeks."