Tranmere Rovers boss Micky Mellon has called for his side to stay focused as they look to maintain the pressure on National League leaders Lincoln City.

Second-placed Rovers are currently level on points with Lincoln - who also have a game in hand - and take on Forest Green Rovers, in third, at Prenton Park on Tuesday night (11 April, 7:45pm) in a rearranged fixture after the original was waterlogged in February.

Mellon鈥檚 charges could hardly come into the clash with Forest Green in better form, after six consecutive league victories.

In the last of those, Tranmere equalled the National League鈥檚 highest-ever winning margin by thrashing Solihull Moors 9-0 at home on Saturday.

Andy Cook scores Tranmere's sixth goal during the Vanarama National League match between Tranmere Rovers and Solihull Moors

That was also the club鈥檚 second biggest margin of victory, behind only an 11-1 win over Durham City in 1928.

And Mellon hopes to see his side apply the same effort and concentration shown against Solihull when they entertain Forest Green, who would move only four points behind Tranmere with a win.

鈥淭o be back here again at Prenton Park on Tuesday night, under the lights, is such a massive game,?he told the club鈥檚 official website.

鈥淚 wouldn鈥檛 want to be anywhere else. I鈥檓 looking forward to it. We鈥檒l get the team prepared and go and give it our best shot again.

鈥淭his is football and if you don鈥檛 do it right, you鈥檒l get a large kick in your proverbials. It鈥檚 all about keeping focused now and the players know what is required at all times.?/p>

Mellon added: 鈥淲e鈥檒l continue to keep the standards really high as well as the motivation levels, and just carry on as we have been.

鈥淲e鈥檝e won six on the trot and it鈥檚 still neck and neck, so nothing has been achieved yet.?/h3>

Tranmere鈥檚 winning streak has already seen them break the club鈥檚 record for the most points in a single season, with their current total of 85 surpassing the previous record of 80.

After Forest Green, Rovers have just four games remaining of the current campaign as they close in on a return to the Football League, and potentially a league title too.

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