VIDEO: Rojas: Fatigue no issue for Victory

Melbourne Victory's Marco Rojas is confident that his side will recover in time to beat Central Coast on Sunday and reach next week's Grand Final.

Melbourne Victory's Marco Rojas is confident that his side will recover in time to beat Central Coast on Sunday and reach next week's Grand Final.

Rojas admitted that Victory's extra-time win against Perth Glory last week had taken its toll over the last couple of days, but fatigue would not be a factor in the upcoming match against the Mariners.

"After the game it was pretty tough, the last two days I've been pulling up pretty sore but today I'm feeling a lot better, I'm sure most of the boys are feeling the same," he said.

Despite being 1-0 down with only a few minutes remaining on Friday, Rojas insisted that Melbourne always felt they would be capable of making a comeback.

"We always believe that we'll score more goals than the opposition so I think that helped a lot in the game against Perth, because we've had that core belief throughout the season that we would be able to overturn it (the score)," he said.

Looking ahead to the Mariners game, a side Melbourne have not beaten so far this season, Rojas had a simple answer to securing their passage into the Grand Final.

"Score more goals than they do!" He said.

"It's a finals game, it was a different scenario last time when we went there last time and it's going to be a different game this week."

Although Central Coast will have the home advantage on Sunday, the New Zealand international believes that Melbourne have all to play for in the tie, despite the hostile crowd.

"It's always good to play at home, it always helps like a 12th man at times so it's going to be a lot tougher," he said.

"But in the end it's 11 v 11 playing a game of football on the same pitch, with the same rules and regulations.

"They're a very good team, no doubt, but we're going to win and I'm confident we can do it."