Stephen Robinson says his side have plenty of belief which will serve them well between now and the end of the season.
After drawing 1-1 with Bolton Wanderers at the weekend, the Shrimps have only lost one game in their last four League fixtures, and Robinson says he can’t criticise the players’ performances of late.
“We look like a team that believes in each other now, we look like a team that has got a bit of momentum, and we can’t let Saturday’s disappointment derail us,” he said.
“Coming back on the pitch after the break in play, the weather was atrocious, that’s not us making excuses, we could have controlled the game better.
“Overall it is hard for me to be critical about a bunch of boys who give absolutely everything for me and this football Club, I think people can see how hard the lads are working.”
The Shrimps are on the road again on Tuesday night as they travel to Lincoln City, and Robinson says there are a lot of similarities between the two sides.
“I think Lincoln are a good side, they are a good footballing side and have stuck to their principles throughout the season.
“They are similar to ourselves, they have had a lot of injuries and have been unfortunate in a few games but I rate them.
“They have an excellent manager in Michael Appleton, so it will be a tough game with both sides wanting to play football the right way in a great stadium with a big atmosphere.”