Last updated at 20:31, Tuesday 10th January 2012
Les Parry has challenged his Tranmere strikers to improve Parry: looking for Tranmere strikers to step up

Parry wants striking improvement

Jonathan Hill

Tranmere boss Les Parry has challenged his strikers to step up and fill the void left by Jose Baxter.

19-year-old Baxter returned to parent club Everton after the weekend’s 2-2 draw with Brentford having scored three goals in 15 appearances for Rovers playing in the whole behind the main striker.

Parry believes he already has the players to fill the hole left by Baxter’s absence and hinted that Andy Robinson could be the man to step up to the plate.

"The playing pattern won't change that much, but who the personnel will be I've not decided on yet," he told Tranmere Player.

"With Jose going back it makes the squad smaller so everyone has more of an opportunity. Jose was starting every game so there's definitely a place up for grabs.

"Whether it's Andy or someone else who gets that we haven't decided yet, but Andy is certainly one of those who is a possibility."

Tranmere travel to Yeovil on Saturday and are a general 2/1 to win the match.

If Robinson is the man Parry chooses to play, William Hill offer 10/3 on the former Swansea and Leeds man scoring at anytime.