TRANMERE boss Keith Hill wants more of the same from his side when Latics head to Prenton Park today.

Rovers were 1-0 winners at Boundary Park back in December and the former Bolton and Rochdale manager is out to blunt Oldham’s attacking threat once again.

“The league is very tight, and we won’t underestimate anyone,” Hill said.

“Oldham are very attack minded, they score a lot of goals and we managed to win 1-0 at their place back in early December.

"I thought we were excellent that night and well-disciplined defensively, and we’ll have to do that again because they are very dangerous.

“We have got to be respectful, but we’ve got to play our style of football and the way that we want to play.

“For me it’s about the values and the principles of the way that we want to play.”

Tranmere, likely to have former Latics favourite Peter Clarke in their side, have plenty to play for heading into the sharp end of the season.

The midweek win at Oxford means they will take on Sunderland in the Papa John’s Trophy final on March 14 and as they return to League Two action, Rovers are sixth in a wide open promotion race.

“We are confident with the players that we have got going into the last 19 league games of the season plus the Wembley final,” Hill told Tranmere’s website.

“The amount of games that football clubs are playing this season with the squad limits and restrictions, there’s no question, whether it’s Tranmere or Oldham, every team up and down the leagues, because we’ve had the Saturday-Tuesday, Saturday-Tuesday, Covid testing and injuries, there’s going to be inconsistencies.

“Confidence is high. We want to be focused and build on what we are good at, and obviously we’re mindful of the opponents."