Experienced midfielder Sam Foley said that the Rovers squad have no time to feel sorry for themselves after a stoppage-time winner from Colchester saw them beaten in Essex.
Sam spoke about the fine margins in football and how the squad will react to Saturday’s result.
"There are fine margins in football, I suppose. It's a tough one to take really, from dominating the game. Decisions aside, we should have been out of the game and well in front anyway.
"We've got to restock, take a look at ourselves and go again really, we've not got time to feel sorry for ourselves. We're in a right fight for promotion, we've put ourselves in a great position, we've got to take that on the chin and move on.
"It's going to be a tough few hours but we have no choice but to move on properly and go again on Monday.
Up next for are two home games which will give the SWA a welcome opportunity to return to winning ways, Sam understands the importance of these games and Rovers form at home.
"It's something that we've looked at if we can pick up more points away from home. But we're back to Prenton Park we know that we are going to get that extra support, the fans have been sensational all season and it's something that the boys really, really enjoy.
"So, back at Prenton Park, bring the noise, bring the form and let's get back to winning ways.
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