James Jennings says the Shrimps’ current run of poor home form is a mystery.
After five successive home defeats, which have come in between some impressive away victories, said: the 29-year-old, on loan from Cheltenham Town,
said: “I honestly don’t know why there is such a difference between home and away results. I’ve never been in that position where your home form is the weak one and your away form is the best.
“I don’t know if it’s a mental block or something else that’s affecting us because confidence was high after winning at Notts County.
“But, like the gaffer, said the result is only as good as your next one because you have to back it up.
“It’s one step forward and two back, so it’s something we have to work on and improve.
“We know we have to be more honest with ourselves, pick ourselves up and go again next week.
“Even now, you look at it and we’re three points off fourth spot so it’s about having that run of games and putting points together.
“It’s more frustrating than anything, knowing that we’d be right up there if we had get something from the game.’’