The Shrimps defender admits the aim of the team is to finish the campaign as strongly as possible.
After signing for the club in August, centre-half Harry Davis has enjoyed a positive debut season with the reds.
The combination of a strong league campaign as well as the club’s most successful FA Cup run since the early 2000’s comes as no surprise to the former Grimsby Town man.
“That’s just the way the gaffer has instilled it from day one, we don’t like losing games,” he said.
“He’s [Derek Adams] made it a thing that we don’t get beat and we don’t get beat easily if we do.
“We’ve got that real skillset in grinding out points and when the going gets tough, we really come together at them moments and we see games out really well.
“That’s shown this season that once we’ve got ourselves ahead, I think we’ve seen games out really well and managed to get the three points.”
With seven games to play, the club find themselves on 63 points, only 10 behind the record point tally at this level, which was achieved in the 2009/10 campaign.
“I think our team spirit is really good, everyone wants to work hard, do well for each other and for themselves and ultimately look after each other as well, when we’re in training and when we’re on the pitch,” Davis added.
“I think that plays a big part and then we’ve got some talented players in the team that can create at vital moments.
“We’ve had people chipping in from all areas and so far, so good really and hopefully we can keep it going into these last seven games.”
Looking ahead, Davis is hoping for a strong finish to what is already the club’s most successful season in over a decade.
He said: “To be where we are at this stage is really good, now we’ve just got to build on it.
“From now on, every point is vital.
“If you can put a run together at this stage of the season, I think it gives you a real chance and real hope.
“That’s our aim, just taking each game as it comes and if we can put a little unbeaten run together, I’m sure we won’t be far off.”