Barrow boss Mark Cooper is keen to see his side back in action on Wednesday night at home to Oldham Athletic.
Although beaten 2-0 at Tranmere on Sunday, the Bluebirds earned praise from the manager.
“Apart from the result there wasn’t a lot wrong with that performance. I was pleased with their attitude and effort, and I thought we played some good football.
“It’s been the story of our season, really, not being consistent in finishing chances and giving away too many silly goals.
“But the football we played at Tranmere was how I want us to play and I know the players are all keen to get out again for what is a big game for us,” said Cooper.
The Barrow manager thinks full-back Remeao Hutton should be fine for the Oldham game despite limping off at Tranmere.
Hutton, 23, has been a regular for the Bluebirds this season since joining over the summer on a two-year deal after being released by Birmingham.
Cooper has told the official Barrow website: “It was just a clash of knees. It looked a bad one at the time but it’s not as bad as we first thought, he should be ok.”
Hutton has made 26 appearances in all competitions so far which is his longest stint in League football since he was on Walsall’s books as a teenager..
He had dropped into non-league football with Sutton Coldfield Town and Hednesford Town before joining Birmingham.
Although he never made a senior appearance for the Blues he did gain experience out on loan at Yeovil Town and Stevenage.
Barrow’s loss to Tranmere left them 19th in the table, just three points above the relegation zone.
The Oldham clash is a big one as the Latics are currently bottom of the league, now three points adrift of the growing dog fight immediately above them.