Midfielder Dylan Connolly says Morecambe need to continue working as a team, while keeping spirits and morale high.
The Shrimps were seconds away from three points on Tuesday night against Bolton Wanderers, but a goal from Jón Daði Böðvarsson rescued a point for the Trotters, and Connolly says the side will stick together.
“I thought it was a good solid team performance, obviously we were unlucky to concede in the last minute, but I think the spirit we showed is positive,” he said.
“We have to dust ourselves down and get ready for Saturday because these games are coming thick and fast, we’ve got to stay together now and keep calm.
“We had good chances that’s the thing, hopefully we can continue creating good chances, put more away, and hold onto games.”
Connolly, who arrived at the Mazuma Stadium in January, has started the last two games under Derek Adams, and adds that he is going to fight until the end to keep the Shrimps up.
“I think every game is massive, I think we just need to concentrate on ourselves and if we work hard as a unit, as a team, and keep that spirit and morale high, we will change our luck,” he added.
“I feel really good now, I feel fit, full of fight and hunger in my belly. I want to prove I’m raring to go every game.
“It’s only been two games, I’ve shown what I can do in glimpses. I work hard. You need people that are going to be fighting and willing to work hard in the situation were in, and that’s what I’m willing to do."