Rovers boss Micky Mellon has called on his players to take matters into their own hands with the race for promotion starting to heat up.
Micky started his interview by sharing his happiness that the SWA are back in the reckoning with eight games to go, he wants the squad to be there until the very end.
"Yeah, it's very (exciting), we're pleased that we've worked hard to be in the shakeup with eight games to go now, so we're pleased with that and now we want to continue to keep being competitive and be in it right until the very end."
When asked about the sides who share a similar record to Rovers in the league table the Gaffer insisted that the squad should focus only on themselves and take care of their own fate.
"We just have to look after ourselves, that's what it is. We just have to make sure that we do our part of it, take care of our results and performances and then see where it takes us."
After enduring a tough run of form, the SWA have bounced back admirably, taking seven points from their last three outings. Micky reflected on the challenging spell and praised the group for breaking that miserable streak.
"I just think that we made some (mistakes) if you give away penalties and losing goals from set plays it's always going to be difficult to win tight games if you're giving away cheap goals like that, like the last-minute goal at Walsall.
"They're a great group of players so they always very quickly want to get back onto what makes us a good team to get good results and we've managed to start to get the results now."
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