Blackpool midfielder Keith Southern says the club must target yet another strong finish to the season.
Last term the Seasiders built a late head of steam that saw them go on a run of 10 consecutive league games unbeaten to arrive in the play-off positions in the nick of time.
Ian Holloway's men now find themselves embroiled in amongst a congested bottom-half of the Premier League table, with the prize this time simply survival in the top flight.
The 29-year-old is in no doubt that the men in orange will need to repeat their late-season surge if they are to make sure of another year in the top division.
"As a squad we've touched on the runs we've put together over the last few years; when we got promoted from League One we went on a monumental run and won 10 on the spin," Southern told the club's official site.
"Last season we won nine out of 11 and it's going to take a very good run to keep us in this league and that's what we're focusing on really, we've loved every minute of being in this division and we want to keep it that way."
The team now faces a lengthy break before resuming league action against Fulham, with a number of players out on international duty.
Despite the impact the international break has on the domestic calendar, Southern believes Blackpool can return fresh and raring to go.
"It's another week without a game which seems to be a regular occurrence in this division," he added.
"We've had a decent week training, we'll have this weekend off and then we'll be back, hard at it next week ahead of some massive games and a month which I think will decide our season.
"We've got games against teams who are down there and they won't be easy games, they never are in this league. We just have to go into them as best prepared as we can and try and nick the points that we need."