Winger James Henry is confident Millwall have what it takes to qualify for the Championship play-offs this season.
A five-game unbeaten run has seen the Lions storm into contention for a top-six finish, with their winning streak including the scalps of QPR, Burnley and most recently Leeds.
However, the Londoners are four points adrift of the play-off spots with just six games remaining, and former Reading man Henry insists his side are not taking anything for granted, despite a relatively easy run-in.
He told skysports.com: "We've been doing really well as of late and that has given us a really good chance of making the top six.
"But we need to keep pushing until the final whistle on the final day of the season because there are a lot of sides competing for the play-offs.
"Everyone is confident of getting into the play-offs, but we are just taking it one game at a time.
"I know it is a cliché, but if we look too far ahead of ourselves we could take our eye off the ball, so we are just focusing on the next game really.
"I think that you've seen in the Championship throughout this season that there are no easy games, with Scunthorpe beating QPR at the weekend a great example of that.
"It is such a tough decision and every game is going to be difficult out of the last six, but we are confident of doing well during the run-in and giving us every chance of finishing in the top six."