Charlton Athletic boss Alan Pardew still believes that his side could clinch an automatic promotion place in the Championship.
The Addicks are currently down in tenth place in the table, a massive 11 points behind second-placed Bristol City, but Pardew still retains hope of a late-season charge.
He told the Kent Messenger: "We're far from finished and still carry a major threat. I'm talking about a threat to go up, not just making the play-offs.
"We must carry that threat to West Bromwich Albion on Friday and get the win we badly need.
"The team has proved that it can be indifferent at times, but it has also touched levels that other teams cannot reach.
"We must hit some semblance of form, put together a run of unbeaten games and get through the play-offs.
"I believe there is enough quality in the squad to carry a major threat."