Leyton Orient striker Alex Revell feels his in-form side could yet mount a late assault on the play-offs.
The Os looked set for another relegation battle after a slow start to the season, but they are now unbeaten in seven matches and moved up to 11th with Tuesday's 3-0 win over Swindon.
Revell, who took his tally for the campaign to 14 with a goal against the Robins, said: "The first six games killed us a little bit, we only took four points, whereas now we are picking up.
"We've got a lot of games left and as long as we keep playing with that commitment and desire to win, and everyone stays fit, hopefully I want to be in that top six.
"I really believe we have got the players to do that."