Gareth Evans is hoping Bradford City can enjoy a positive finish to the season to ensure Peter Taylor remains as manager.
The club finished the Easter weekend pointless and Taylor has won four of his 11 matches since replacing Stuart McCall in February to leave the Bantams 17th in League Two.
Evans is keen for Taylor to stay on and insists improvements in their remaining six matches can secure the former Hull City manager's job at the helm.
He told the Telegraph & Argus: "We're playing for the manager. We're all keen on him getting the job and obviously his future lies on the next six games.
"We're hopeful he's going to stay and we're also playing for our own chances of being here with him.
"Football is such a difficult game at the moment with so many players unemployed, so everyone is playing for their future.
"We want to be in the manager's plans next season if Peter Taylor is going to be our gaffer."