Shrewsbury Town striker Marvin Morgan has challenged his team-mates to remain unbeaten at home for the rest of this season.
The Shrews have been formidable at the Greenhous Stadium this season, coming out on top on 13 occasions from 17 matches.
The League Two club slipped out of the automatic promotion places over the weekend after losing at struggling Plymouth, but remain just two points outside the top three.
Shrewsbury have six home games remaining, with promotion rivals Cheltenham next up on Tuesday night, and Morgan has outlined the importance of making home advantage count during the run-in.
"Our home games are going to be vital for us this season, but obviously the Cheltenham game is a massive one," Morgan told Sky Sports.
"For a club looking to gain promotion this season we should be aiming to remain undefeated at home for this season, which would be a great accolade to have.
"I'd be extremely disappointed to lose that home record against a side that isn't up there alongside us in the table."
Table toppers Swindon have created a four point lead in the race for the title, but the 28-year-old is not quitting the chase just yet.
He added: "The main objective is promotion and with this league so tight I wouldn't necessarily slap Swindon down as favourites for the title.
"I'm sure that they've got difficult games ahead of them and I can't honestly see us winning every one of our remaining fixtures because that would be a tall order, especially with our away form.
"I expect it to yo-yo between clubs vying for the top three spots from now till the final day of the season and we just need to get ourselves in that when the final whistle goes on May 5.
"I feel that we've got the right platform, with the fans, stadium and team, to play in League One next season and this is the best chance to do that.
"I know that Shrewsbury have had disappointment in the play-offs in recent years, but this is the perfect opportunity to seal automatic promotion.
"Goal difference could be a massive stat come the end of the season and even that is pretty tight, so every goal scored and conceded counts."