Defender Liam Gibson has called for togetherness and believes the players in the dressing room are good enough to keep the Shrimps in Sky Bet League One.
Gibson, who has put in some excellent performances of late, says the side must continue to work hard and believes the team’s luck will change.
“It has been positive, except for the result on Saturday," he said.
"The manager picks the team, it is down to us to go out there and perform and it is another game where we have gone away frustrated and disappointed.
“I think we have to stick together and play as a team, it looked at points throughout the game where we were flat and that can’t happen in a League One game.
“To a man, everyone of us has to be up for it, we have nine games left and every single one is a cup final, I think we have the players in the dressing room to stay up, we just have to keep working hard and hopefully things will start to go our way.”
The 24-year-old has fitted back into the side under Derek Adams, a manager who he achieved promotion under last season, and he says he has enjoyed playing as part of a back three.
Gibson added: “I like that position, left side of the three, I am comfortable there and I think we defended alright in the first-half, with them getting a goal that was preventable.
“I am frustrated, like all season, we just have not been good enough and we have conceded some silly goals.
“We have had a few decisions this season that haven’t got our way, but we can’t be making excuses, it is down to us lads on the pitch to do better."