ROVERS striker Kane Hemmings admitted Tranmere have it all to do if they want to make the League Two play-offs after picking up just two points from their last two games.

Hemmings put Rovers on their way to a much-needed victory on Saturday with his superb strike just before the hour mark before Bristol Rovers levelled the game through Elliot Anderson.

Hemmings said: “Credit to them, they were decent and they knocked it around well, but I think we contained them for large periods of the game and limited them to very little even though they were maybe on top.

“I think when you go 1-0 up you’ve got to see the game out. It’s disappointing to draw again off the back of last week as well as it’s two games we looked at and thought we’ve got to take six points, so it’s disappointing that we’ve only taken two.

“We’ve got to dust ourselves down and go again because we’ve got another big game coming up Friday.”

Saturday’s result sees Rovers slide to ninth in the league standings but Micky Mellon’s men are still well within reach of the play-offs and sit just one point behind Newport County in seventh.

Good Friday sees them travel to 15th placed Bradford City with a big crowd expected at Valley Parade.

“We’re not dead and buried by any stretch, but we could be a lot better off. I think it’s important to look at it like that, at least for the next couple of days,” added Hemmings.

“We’ll dust ourselves down and then we’ll go to Bradford and we’ll go there and win, that’s how we’ve got to look at it.

“There are five games so we’ve got to go out there and get maximum points and see what happens - there is still all to play for so don’t count us out.”