Tranmere made it four League Two home wins on the bounce with a 2-1 comeback victory over Swindon at Prenton Park to move further away from the relegation zone.
Rovers dominated the early stages and looked more likely to break the deadlock with Connor Jennings and Rob Apter both coming close.
But it was the visitors who opened the scoring in the 23rd minute when Daniel Kemp fired the ball home from the tightest of angles with Swindon’s first attempt on goal.
Kemp could have added a second, 10 minutes later when his close-range effort was well blocked by Luke McGee in the Tranmere goal.
The home side pulled level 10 minutes after the break when Kieron Morris pounced after Swindon goalkeeper Murphy Mahoney could not hold a Harvey Saunders shot following a mix up in the Town defence.
And just moments after Mahoney was forced off the field with an injury, substitute goalkeeper Lewis Ward’s first job was to pick the ball out of the net as Tom Davies completed the comeback with 18 minutes remaining.