Gary Brabin says it is an exciting time with Tranmere Rovers being involved in a push for promotion at the end of the season.

The manager says it’s important to use as much as possible to the team’s advantage, and with five of the last eight matches to be played at home, the supporters can play their part in helping the side.

He told Tranmere Player: “We’re looking forward to the challenge. The fixtures are tough for everyone, but if we get ourselves right, collectively as a club, supporters included, especially for these last five home games and they come down in their numbers and get right behind the lads, the players will be rolling their sleeves up and giving everything they’ve got.

“As a Club, we want to rally together and give it our best effort in this final push to get where we want to be.

“Every game that we play in now is the biggest game of the season. We’ve said it in the last few weeks and we’ll continue to say it until the end. Each game is really important for us and we want to use everything to our advantage.

“Everyone who wants this Club to do well, we want to rally together and lets be part of something that’s hopefully going to be successful this season.”


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