Bradford defender Guy Branston thinks one more win will be enough to secure the club's future in Football League next season.
The Bantams have struggled to make an impact in League Two this season following the arrival of Phil Parkinson at the back end of August and instead of challenging for promotion have flirted with a relegation dogfight for long periods.
Branston said: "I think one more win is enough with the other teams losing. I want to win as many games as possible. For me it looks better personally if we win all of the games I play in."
Parkinson's side are currently seven points above the bottom two with four games remaining.
Branston, already looking ahead to next season, added: "We probably need two or three more players in the squad and building on what we have got.
"On our day we can beat anybody and our squad is very good, but the results have been saying that. We need to reassess in the summer, start the season as a group and go on from there.