MANAGER Ronnie Moore insists Tranmere should have nothing to fear as they take their 10 game unbeaten run to Notts County this weekend.
Rovers moved four points clear at the top of the League One table on Tuesday after coming from behind to post a 3-1 win at Scunthorpe United, thanks to second-half strikes from skipper James Wallace and Jean-Louis Akpa Akpro (2).
County, who occupied second place in the table during much of September, slipped to fourth spot after losing at home to Stevenage.
Tranmere manager Ronnie Moore said: "We have a fantastic game coming up on Saturday and it will be a tough one.
"Notts County are a good side.
“They move it well and it's a big pitch.
“But if we play like we did in the second half at Scunthorpe, I don't think there's anyone in this league who can live with us.”
Akpa Akpro's double at Glanford Park put the Frenchman level with teammates Jake Cassidy and Andy Robinson on seven goals this season. Remarkably, the trio occupy the first three places in the League One scoring charts.
"That shows we are doing something right," Moore said.
Even so, the manager was not happy with Tranmere's first half performance.
He said: "We did not start well. In the first 45 minutes of the last three games we have not been good.
“We said one or two quiet little words to the players at half-time on Tuesday. We told them to show people why they are top of the league and they did that. I thought we were streets ahead in the second half.”
Bookmakers odds on Tranmere winning promotion this season are shrinking fast.
Ladbrokes offer 7/2 on Tranmere securing a place in the Championship next season while BetVic offer 9/4.