Hayden Mullins insists the play-offs remain a realistic target for Portsmouth.
Pompey have taken just two points from the last five matches to slip to 18th in the table but Mullins has targeted victories from back-to-back home games against Leeds and Burnley to kick-start their challenge.
"We're still looking up the table," said the midfielder.
"We're still looking to see who we can catch. We're not looking over our shoulders. We know if we can go on another run like the one when we won six games out of seven, then that will catapult us right into contention.
"If we can make the play-offs it would be brilliant. The top six is what we've been aiming for all season, and we still are.
"What we need is a couple of wins to start the good run. At Leeds last month we came from 3-1 down to get a draw. We're playing at home against them on Saturday, which is always a huge advantage with our support. But we do need to pick up our home form."