Cardiff City defender Gabor Gyepes believes his side can secure a play-off position at the end of the season.
The Hungarian, who signed in the summer from League One side Northampton Town, has forced his way into the side starting Cardiff's last five league matches.
The 27-year-old's run in the first team coincides with Dave Jones' men currently going unbeaten in five Championship games.
The defender even managed to grab the winner in the club's last outing away at Ipswich to send Cardiff fifth in the league.
"We have many hard games in the next few months, but because we are a good team and we have really good players I think we will finish in the top six," Gyepes told Sky Sports News.
The giant centre back arrived in England in 2005 when he signed for Wolves but a serious injury blighted his time at Molineux.
After leaving Wolves he stepped down a level to join Northampton and following just seven months at the Cobblers, Cardiff took a gamble and brought Gyepes to Ninian Park.