Manager Simon Grayson believes Leeds United are settling into the promotion groove.
Tuesday's 2-0 victory over Southend United lifted the Elland Road club up to seventh in the League One table, just six points shy of the automatic promotion places.
"The more games we win the more teams will be looking over their shoulders at us," said Grayson.
"This is the business end of the season and if we keep working as hard as we are doing, results will take care of themselves.
"When I first came to the club I said it was all about winning matches, whether by free-flowing football or grinding out results.
"We started well with the two goals, but there was a tinge of disappointment because we should have killed the game off and won by four or five with the chances we had.
"But that's three wins on the bounce, two good goals and another clean sheet."