Marlon Pack believes Cheltenham have "the right to be disappointed" if they fail to win automatic promotion from League Two.
The Robins playmaker is thrilled to have been part of a Cheltenham side that has defied long odds from bookmakers pre-season to sit fourth in the league table with 10 games of the season remaining.
And while some are still surprised to see the Gloucestershire outfit fighting it out for a top-three spot, Pack insists it would now be a major frustration if he and his team-mates did not see the job through.
"Because we've been towards the top of the table for most of the season it has got to the stage now where we have the right to be disappointed if we don't make automatic promotion," he said.
"We've gone out this year and proved the bookmakers wrong and we fully deserve to be where we are now.
"It has been a successful season so far, but if we don't make the top three we won't have made the most of the position we are in now."