Huddersfield winger Danny Ward is convinced that his side will be in the npower Championship next season.
Ward, on loan from Bolton, struck the last-minute winner at Brighton on Saturday to keep the Terriers hot on the heels of Southampton in the race for the second automatic promotion place.
And Ward expects the Yorkshire club to go up, even if they have to go via the play-offs. He said: "There's not one person in the dressing room that doesn't believe that we can get up, whether that's via the automatic route that we are aiming for or the play-offs.
"It doesn't matter how to us. We're confident either way. All we can do is keep winning. We can't do anything else.
"The lads believe that if we do have to go through the play-offs we will win them to get up. We will just keep believing, it doesn't really matter how we get there, as long as we do.
"We have a great bunch of lads here and the gaffer is a great manager to work under. He's always on at everyone explaining how much promotion would mean to everyone at the club."