Central defender Farrend Rawson spoke to the local media earlier today.
Watch as he talks about making their season count in the final four games of the season, why they need to concentrate on more than just James Norwood and an exciting Easter weekend of football.
Faz, games like tomorrow are the games you want to play in aren't they?
Definitely. It’s a big game with a lot of history there, I’ve been told, and it’s one I’m looking forward to and we’re ready to go.
If you win all four games remaining, you could be in the automatic spots, however, if the standards slip, you could be falling out of the play-offs.
That's football for you. There are fine margins in football and we know the position we're in and we're just trying to win every game. We've had a really good season and let's not let it slip now, let's go out there and put a good performance on and hopefully we can get the results.
You must be steady at this time of the season haven't you?
We've had a very steady season, we've always been up there and we have got nothing to fear. We have a very good side with a good group of lads.
If we go out there and put in good performances in the next couple of games, we have nothing to worry about.
They've got James Norwood up there who isn't a bad player, scoring goals for fun, is it in your detail to mark him?
It's not about one person, it's about the team. I'm pretty sure he (James Norwood) wouldn't be as successful as he has been without his teammates and that is the same with us.
We're not really worrying too much about them, it's all about us. If we can go out there and put a good performance in, there is nothing to worry about. It's just about the final touches today and going out tomorrow and playing our game.
You've only got a two day break before Monday when you've got Cambridge here who aren't having a good season, they're the sorts of team fans expect you to beat aren't they?
It's nice to have those expectations if you look at there we were last season to where we are now.
Every game is tough and everyone is fighting for something.
Every game now until the end of the season is going to be tough, it's going to be like a cup final, and we're looking forward to the challenge and are not going to shy away from it and we're going to give it our all.
There will be about 10,000 at Prenton Park tomorrow, a huge atmosphere.
As a player. that's what you want to be playing in. You want to be playing in the big atmosphere and the big games, so I'm pretty sure we won't shy away from it.