TRANMERE face Eastleigh in National League action at the Silverlake Stadium this weekend.

Rovers go into Saturday's game following a 0-0 draw at Guiseley on Tuesday night and the manager says he was pleased with a lot of what his side did in that game apart from getting that all-important goal.

In an interview on the club's website, Mellon said: "We go into every game trying to win it, and Eastleigh will be no different in that respect.

"At the minute, we're doing a lot of things right but we're not getting on the end of those crosses, not scoring goals and we didn't win the game on Tuesday.

"I have every confidence in all of us, and I say all of us because we're all in this together, that we will start scoring goals.

"We have to get good balls into the box and then get players in there to have that desperation to get on the end of them.

"And that's not just the front men, but midfielders getting into the box, or defenders at set pieces.

"You have to be more desperate to get there than the defender and go and get us a goal.

"I'm fair to us as a group and there's a lot of things we are doing very well.

"So we go down to Eastleigh and if we’re good at the things we’re speaking about then we will be fine.

"We have an idea of how we want to play against Eastleigh and the personnel we'll need to do that to give us the best chance, so hopefully we’ll get those decisions right and go and get a result.

"There are a few bumps and bruises that you'd expect after playing a game of football but nothing which will rule anybody out of Saturday’s match."