ARGYLE manager John Sheridan has every faith in his player’s abilities, ahead of the Pilgrims' vital clash against Tranmere Rovers on Saturday.
Argyle sit in seventh position in Sky Bet League 2, and three points at Home Park on Saturday could be enough to secure a play-off spot.
John said: “I think the players on their day can be as good as anyone; I’ve got a really good group of players, they’ve worked their socks off this season. They’ve been very up and down and it’s a massive, massive game for us.
“I know on our day, when we’ve played well at home, we’ve looked a really good team. I thought against Wimbledon we played really well, and I think the same performance will get us three points."
Prior to Christmas, Argyle scored three times in a game on six occasions at Home Park, and should they rediscover that golden touch, they could make life difficult for a visiting Tranmere side who have failed to score in their last four games.
The manager is in the mood to be positive when the first whistle blows.
“It’s about scoring goals," he said. "We’ve got to get at them, get them on the back foot, get the crowd right on our side straight away and we’ll then see how Tranmere cope with it. We know the importance of the game there’s a lot of excitement about the game
"It’s about getting the three points."