Tranmere Rovers manager Gary Brabin is looking for a positive reaction from his players after Saturday’s 2-1 defeat at home to Welling United.
The manager says that the result every the whole squad and they are determined to get back on the right track, starting at Torquay United this weekend.
He told Tranmere Player: “I think everyone realises the disappointment and I don’t think anyone had a good weekend.
“We had a meeting this morning when we all aired our thoughts. Now, it’s about putting it to bed and learning from the mistakes we made on Saturday and putting it right from now until the end of the season.
“The goal we scored I thought was excellent, but the real disappointment for me was how we were out of possession, nowhere near the standards we’ve set ourselves and we gifted two goals in a game where we were, rightly so, expected to win.
“This is maybe a kick up the backside we needed and hopefully we can kick on from here.
“The players are passionate and they care and it has hurt them over the weekend. We need to pick ourselves up now and hopefully go on another unbeaten run.”