TRANMERE Rovers are on home turf tomorrow for their National League clash with Maidstone United.

The side has a number of home matches coming up in the coming weeks, something manager Micky Mellon aims to use as an advantage to move up the league standings.

During a press conference at the club's Solar Campus training ground in Leasowe he said: "We'll continue to work very hard, try to keep winning games and improve on where we are in the league.

"We know where we should be with the size of club that we are, so we need to learn and move on and try and improve on results and get the club back to where we should be."

The manager added that he had a number of selection problems ahead of the game against seventh placed Maidstone, with a number of injuries and suspensions ruling out some key players.

Mellon says that he remains confident that whoever takes to the pitch in Rovers jerseys can help the side pick up the all-important three points.

"We're running low on numbers, but we’ll still get 11 players on the pitch who are Tranmere players who can play well and go and get us a result.

"We'll be ready and with loads of desire and ability and try and win the game."