TRANMERE Rovers League Two campaign continues with an away game against Swindon Town tomorrow afternoon.

Their last victory against Swindon was in February 2009 when Antony Kay scored the winning goal at Prenton Park.

Looking forward to Saturday's game at the Energy Check County Ground in an interview on the club website, Rovers' boss Micky Mellon said: "We are excited about it.

"I don't believe in bogey teams, a lot of things change at both football clubs over the time.

"We know it's always going to be a difficult place to go because they're a big club with experienced players.

"I'm sure we'll take a big following who will be noisy, so let's get it on. I'm looking forward to it."

Assessing his side's performance so far this season, Mellon continued: "I'm cautiously optimistic about how we are moving forward as a football club because we are only two games into the season.

"We have a lot of players who are playing in League Two for the first time so we can only measure on how we've already played at our level.

"I can just say that for large parts of all the games we've played, we have been very good and I've enjoyed watching us play.

"We are enjoying it.

"We know there will be bumps and scrapes along the way but we're attacking it and having a right good go.”

Dylan Mottley-Henry returned to Prenton Park this week on a loan deal from Barnsley until January and will be available for tomorrow's game.

The 21-year-old's career started at Bradford before moving to Barnsley in 2016.

He joined Rovers on loan in October. He made an instant impact within the squad and became a fans' favourite in the few months that he was here and got on the score sheet against Halifax Town.

On Mottley-Henry's return, Mellon said: "We're delighted to welcome Dylan back to the group until January.

"He's a young talent and he did really well last time he was here so as soon as we found out it was a possibility, we were keen to bring him back.

"We've all seen what he is capable of and with the attacking options we have at the minute, I think Dylan will only add to what we have going forward.

"I'd like to thank Barnsley and Daniel Stendel for allowing Dylan to join us on loan."

On the injury bench are Zoumana Bakayogo, who limped off with a calf injury during the Carabao Cup First Round and is waiting scan results. Ritchie Sutton is also waiting for results on a suspected broken leg.

Liam Ridehalgh and Adam Buxton have started light training but this game is too soon for them. Evan Gumbs is still an absentee with a leg injury.