Shane Higgs has urged Leeds United to 'dig in' as the club look to secure promotion back to the Championship.
Leeds have been inconsistent since the turn of the year, but are holding on to the second automatic promotion spot with three games to go.
Simon Grayson's side host MK Dons on Saturday before a potentially decisive trip to Charlton Athletic precedes a final day clash with Bristol Rovers.
Goalkeeper Higgs is happy Leeds' fate is in their own hands and feels wins in the next two games could be enough to lift the club out of League One.
"There's three to go and we'd have taken this at the start of the season so we've got to dig in," said Higgs. "Definite promotion is three wins, but two wins could be enough.
"You never know at this stage. You don't want it to go to the wire. If we can win our next two it could finish it off.
"If we'd have won on Saturday we'd have had that cushion, but it's never that easy."