Darryl Duffy is confident that Bristol Rovers can mount a late push to finish in the play-off places.
Rovers have won three of their last four games but they remain 14th in the League One table, 11 points adrift of sixth spot.
Duffy, who kept up his fine form with a goal in Tuesday's victory at Oldham, nevertheless believes Bristol Rovers can still challenge for promotion.
He told skysports.com: "It's good for me personally and good for the team. But we're all working hard and when you do that you tend to get your rewards.
"We're linking up play and scoring goals. Results breed confidence and if we can keep the run going we'll get closer to the play-offs. Who knows what can happen then?"
Bristol Rovers have 15 games still to play and Duffy believes they retain a big say in their own destiny.
He said: "We've definitely improved over the last month or so - the results have showed that.
"The teams we have beaten were all on decent runs; Yeovil Town had won four straight games as had Scunthorpe United, and Oldham had only lost one at home before our win.
"We have Carlisle United away at the weekend and they would have hoped to be higher than they are.
"But we have to play to 100 per cent of our ability, as when we haven't, we have struggled against teams we feel we should be beating. But now we believe we're good enough to take on anyone."