Shrewsbury winger Mark Wright is determined to help secure automatic promotion this season.
The Shrews closed the gap on third-placed Wycombe to just a single point with a 2-0 win over Stockport on Saturday.
However, with just four games to go, Wright has revealed that everyone is focused on finishing in the top three, with the play-off lottery always a tough route to promotion.
"Our main aim was to go up automatically and that hasn't changed, so maintaining a place in the top three is what we are continuing to strive for," Wright told skysports.com.
In our hands
"It is in our hands and all we can do is try to put as many points on the board as we can and hope that it is enough to take us up.
"It would be a big disappointment to miss out on automatic promotion because of the position that we have put ourselves in at this stage of the season, but we don't mind going up through the play-offs as long as we are in League One next season.
"We want to go up automatically though because you never know what can happen in the play-offs."
Shrewsbury's run-in includes home clashes with play-off hopefuls Accrington and Oxford, plus trips to strugglers Hereford and Cheltenham, but the 29-year-old insists that there are no easy games in League Two this season.
He added: "Some may say it is an easy run-in, with all the top sides out of the way, but in this division there is no such thing as an easy run-in.
"All the games are going to be hard, with so many clubs desperate for points, whether it be to avoid relegation or get into the top seven.
"Even the sides which are in mid-table and don't have much to play for will be difficult because it eases the pressure on them, but we've just got to take it one game at a time and aim to keep our winning run going as long as we can."