TRANMERE Rovers take on Chelmsford City in what promises to be a tough FA Trophy third-round match at Prenton Park tomorrow.

A Ritchie Sutton goal took Micky Mellon's team through to the second round with a 1-0 victory over rivals Wrexham in the cross-border derby in December.

Looking ahead to tomorrow's game against Chelmsford, Mellon said: "We are fully preparing to go and get another result in what will be another tough game.

"We'll be doing whatever we can to make sure we're in the hat for the next round.

"Every game is very important, they mean so much.

At this stage of the season, it's all about winning."

Mellon added two new faces to his squad this week with the loan arrival of Jack Dunn from Liverpool and ex-Portsmouth defender Adam Buxton until the end of the season.

Explaining his reasons behind the two new signings, he said: "Recruitment is always ongoing.

"Timing isn't always bang on the money for getting players in, if we could have got these two in earlier we would have done because we are short of left-sided players.

"Jack Dunn is left-footed and a very talented player. Adam Buxton can play left back and right back, we don't have too many of what you would call out-and-out full-backs, so it's always been something we've tried to bring to the group.

"They are two very talented players with strong mentalities which you need in order to play for Tranmere Rovers."