Toumani Diagouraga is confident that the team can make it out of the relegation zone in the coming weeks.
The midfielder was frustrated after Tuesday night’s defeat to Shrewsbury Town, but thinks the Shrimps can learn from that performance.
“We knew it wasn’t good enough and that can’t happen again,” he said.
“We shouldn’t have conceded five, we never gave up, we know it was not a good performance, and we have to learn from it.
“In this league it doesn’t say where you’re going to pick up points and drop points, so we have to go and try to win, it’s as simple as that.”
Derek Adams’ side travel to Wigan Athletic on Saturday, Diagouraga says they’ll fight until the end and believes the squad has the quality to stay in Sky Bet League One.
“Hopefully we can get ourselves out of trouble. We have to really dig in for every single point, every single game. We’ve got enough quality, I think, to get out of it, but we can’t just talk about it, we have to show it,” he added.
“There’s about four or five teams fighting, and until the season’s over, we’ll keep fighting, and hopefully we’ll be okay come the end of the season.
“Stick with us it’s going to be a bumpy ride, we’re going to win some, we’re going to lose some, but the one thing we’re going to do is give it 110 percent every single game.”