Skipper Peter Clarke believes that the Rovers squad need to maintain the mindset that has served them so well this season, as they bid for a return to winning ways on Saturday.
Peter started his interview with local media by addressing his delight at reaching a century of appearances for Rovers, the captain credited the fans and the staff after reaching the milestone and said it feels like he's been at Prenton Park forever.
"I'm delighted to make a century of appearances, for any club, it's a credit to any individual.
"From a personal point of view to make 100 appearances for Tranmere, I'm thoroughly delighted.
"Although I've been here a couple of years it feels as though I've been here forever, that's all credit to the fans, to the staff and the people involved with the football club.
"I'm delighted to make a century of appearances and hopefully there's many more to come.
The last couple of results haven't gone the way of Rovers, with Walsall and Hartlepool consigning the squad to back-to-back defeats for the first time since October. Peter stressed the importance of going back to the basics and the things that propelled the SWA to second in the league table.
"We're in a fantastic situation, the last couple of results wouldn't have been as we would have desired, but we're in a really, really good position.
"We're now approaching the business end of the season, we've got to maintain the mindset that we've had, we've got to make sure that we're ready for the forthcoming games and we've got to remember the things that we've done well previously that have got us to this situation.
"We're going to do our very best and our utmost to make sure that these things happen, to gain positive results."
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