Padraig Amond insists Accrington will not be distracted by fixture lists and league tables in their quest for league points.
Stanley lie a point outside the play-off places following Saturday's dramatic derby defeat to Rochdale and their next three matches - against Torquay, Oxford and York - come against sides looking to close in on the top seven themselves.
But Stanley's top scorer claims the Reds' squad have not targeted a haul from the games aside from three points at Plainmoor on Saturday.
Amond told Press Association Sport: "Obviously we want to finish as high as we can but we just literally look to the next game and we don't look at the next 10 games and say 'we want to get x amount of points out of them'.
"We look at the next game, try to get three points out it. The first time we spoke about Rochdale was when we found out the game (against Rotherham a week ago) was called off, then everything was about getting ready for the weekend.
"We don't speak about games in advance. We don't look at fixtures, we don't look at results, we don't really look at the league table. There's no point because if you win your games you don't have to look at them - you know you're going to go up."