Tranmere manager Les Parry slammed his side's fight after watching them suffer a 3-0 drubbing at the hands of fellow Coca-Cola League One strugglers Wycombe.
A brace from Alex Revell and a late third from Matt Bloomfield condemned Rovers and Parry insists they must do better if they are to avoid the drop.
He said: "I was annoyed we did not show any guts or determination. It was like a testimonial game. We did not impose ourselves and we deserved all we got."
He added: "The players have got to look at themselves and ask did they give 100%? We started like a fizzy little firework and it did not get any better. I can understand the fans' frustration. They got on our backs early but the players must rise above that.
"The loss of the three points hurts a great deal. We really struggled and I don't know why. There is a chance we could be relegated and we have got to face up to that.
"But we have still got chances to pick up some points. We have certainly got to pick ourselves up for Saturday, that's for sure."
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