TRANMERE Rovers' manager Micky Mellon believes consistency is key to success as their national league campaign continues.

They face Torquay United in what promises to be a tough home game against Torquay United at Prenton Park on Saturday.

It follows their 2-2 draw with on Forest Green on Tuesday.

During a press conference this afternoon, Mellon said he was pleased with the squad's playing style, adding that there are no plans to alter it just yet.

Rovers are currently fifth on the table with 41 points. Torquay, 16th in the league with 22 points, beat Solihul Motors 3-0 at the Plainmoor Stadium on Tuesday night.

Assessing this weekend's opponents, Mellon said this afternoon: "We watch and respect all of the teams in the league and we know that this weekend will be another tough game of football.

"It will be a chance to hopefully pick up some points.

"Our aim is to keep standards high. 

"It makes no difference who we play, we want to perform. 

"Complacency will only be an issue if we allow our standards to drop."

On his squad's performance so far Mellon, who was appointed manager on October 6, said: "I'm delighted with the character of the team at the moment.

"I know every manager will sit here and say they've got a good bunch of players, but I genuinely have got a good bunch of players who are determined to do well in every game and training session that we take part in.

"I'm pleased with the group."

Mellon will have both Lee Vaughan and Jay Harris in the squad, following one-match suspensions after collecting five yellow cards so far this season.

James Norwood and Ben Tollitt also returned earlier this week, having served their bans.

On James Norwood's return to the squad after a -month ban, Mellon said: "It's good to have him back To be able to him up for selection is very good for the football club."