Jackson: High Tranmere Standards Have To Be Kept

Tranmere Rovers assistant manager Mike Jackson says the sides 4-0 win against Guiseley showed the level the side are playing at.

Rovers scored all four during the second-half, with James Norwood, a Connor Jennings double and Andy Cook getting the goals, writes Tom Feaheny.

"We knew it would be a game where we had to be patient, they are fighting for their lives, we kept playing and created chances, we were focused and showed a good attitude," Jackson said.

"It is a good feeling to know we have five wins in a row, the competition in our group is pushing us all on, we have all worked really hard and you can see the confidence in this group, the fans are getting behind us another level, it is a positive cycle."

Rovers made it six in a row at home, something Jackson knows is a good run but their focus is on extending it.


"The fans expect us to win here at Prenton Park, to get six victories here in a row, is a good standard to set, we now need to keep that going, be ruthless and just please these great fans each time."

Norwood opened the scoring with Jackson saying the quality he has, means he is one of the top strikers in the group.

"James Norwood could have 20 goals this season already, he missed a good chance just before but another player who kept on going, that's the life of a striker

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