Winger admits the Blues can't take the Tangerines lightly on Saturday at Roots Hall.
Southend United winger David Worrall insists the Blues won't be taking Blackpool for granted when we take on relegation-threatened Blackpool at Roots Hall on Saturday.
The Tangerines head to Roots Hall sitting in the relegation zone, and Worrall believes they will be a tough nut to crack for the Blues.
"We're at a stage now where we're playing well and attacking a bit more," the 25-year-old says.
"It's just concentration that we've lacked slightly recently.
"We knew at the start of the season that we had a good squad and it's a strong one at that - even with the injuries we've had recently.
"We have 20 or 22 pros now and will need everyone through a tricky period with Christmas approaching as well."
And looking ahead to Saturday against the Tangerines, Worrall says that Neil McDonald's side will be a big threat, and feature two strikers who both scored against the Blues last term in Sky Bet League 2.
"They have good players such as Jack Redshaw - who scored against us for Morecambe last season and make us earn promotion the hard way - and Mark Cullen, who again played against us last season as well.
"We want to get another win, especially at home, and hopefully we can do that on Saturday."