Peterborough United captain Micah Hyde sees no reason why Darren Ferguson's in-form side cannot clinch the League Two title this season.
Second-placed Posh face current leaders MK Dons this weekend, and 33-year-old former Watford and Burnley star Hyde is confident he can help to extend his side's winning run to five matches.
He said: "If we can win this game against MK Dons it will confirm that we have what it takes to win the title.
"I tipped the Dons to win the league at the start of the season because they have the strongest squad on paper.
"But our players are improving at an incredible rate. A lot of them hadn't played much league football before the start of the season, but we've gelled very quickly as a team and there's still plenty more to come.
"It's obviously a big game for us and, if we win, it will give us the psychological edge as far as winning the title is concerned."