JIM Bentley says he is looking for his side to get their season “up and running’’ with their visit to Stevenage this weekend.
The Shrimps are still looking for their first win of the new campaign but Bentley says he has seen a marked improvement in the last two games but admitted that his side need to cut out costly errors.
Looking ahead to the game he said: “It’s a League Two game which will be a lot different to how it was on Tuesday night.
“We were under the cosh for long spells at Preston so it became a fitness test at times whereas Saturday will be more rough and tumble.
“Stevenage have had a good start and have good strengths. It’s early days in the season and we’ll go there and take the positives from the last two games and try and get up and running and get a point or three on the board.
“We can write off Crewe because that was a disgraceful performance.
“We were miles better against Exeter last Saturday and having watched it back it was a game we shouldn’t have lost.
“We’ve got to cut out the errors that are costing us goals but there’s plenty to be positive about and now we get back to our league campaign and hopefully we can get something on board.”