Derek Adams said he was proud of his players after their 2-0 victory over Bradford City confirmed their fourth place finish in League 2.
Adams saw his side produce another solid performance and although wins for Bolton Wanderers and Cambridge United saw the Shrimps’ dreams of a top three finish come to an end Adams said there was still a lot to look forward to.
The Shrimps manager said: “We have to be proud of what we have achieved. To finish fourth in the league with 23 wins and 78 points is a great achievement.
“It’s been a fantastic season and it isn’t over yet. The players have put in some terrific performances and put on some good shows and we have the play-offs to look forward to.
“We have come up against teams in this division that have spent a lot more money than us but it is not just about that. It’s about spirit, organisation and the ability to score goals and not concede and we showed those qualities today.
“We were without six players again today but everyone who came in did their jobs again and it was another good win for us.’'