Stevenage manager Graham Westley wants an improvement from his side over their final two matches of the League One season.
Westley's latest reign at Broadhall Way began with a win over Hartlepool and a draw against Portsmouth - both of whom have now been relegated.
But they came up short against high-flying Yeovil on Saturday and now face two more play-off hopefuls in Swindon, this weekend, and then MK Dons on the final day.
"It's good to have these tests against good sides and we have a couple more to come," said the Boro boss.
"If people think there's a bit more spirit then that's good to hear, but I'm interested in the winning level and we were short of the winning level in League One against Yeovil."