Leeds United manager Simon Grayson has called for his League One troops to grab a much-needed victory against Swindon Town on Tuesday evening.
With Leeds performing so admirably in the FA Cup this term, their league form has taken a hit in recent times after drawing against Wycombe Wanderers and losing at Exeter City.
However, Grayson believes he has enough talent in front of him to down the County Ground outfit, who have lost just once on home soil this term.
Speaking to the club's official website, Grayson said: "The players are good enough and strong enough to accept promotion is the main aim.
"We stayed down here (following Saturday's FA Cup tie at Tottenham Hotspur) and our preparation for Swindon started straight away.
"We trained Sunday and Monday and the focus is on Swindon. This is our bread and butter."