Nottingham Forest defender Chris Gunter admits a run of victories will be required to lift the club back into the automatic promotion picture.
Billy Davies' side have slipped to sixth in the table, seven points adrift of Norwich in second, after taking a run of seven games without a success.
Gunter believes they can still clamber back into the top two, but accepts a winning run will be required, starting against fellow high-flyers Leeds on 2nd April.
The Welshman said: "If we can win four or five in a row, we have every chance of sneaking up there and getting what we want.
"We have proved that if there is a team in the top eight or nine who can go on that kind of run, it is us.
"We can rattle off win, win, win and shoot up the league. Hopefully that is what we will do."