Aldershot Town's on-loan defender Sonny Bradley says the players have not ruled out reaching the League Two play-offs.
The Shots have re-ignited their season by winning their last five games, which has lifted them to eight points off seventh-placed Oxford United.
Bradley, 20, told BBC Surrey: "In the last eight weeks we've come together as a team, and it's shown on the pitch.
"Winning five games so far has made us believe. I think we can seriously push for that last play-off spot."
He continued: "That's the focus now. We'd love to get it."
Meanwhile Bradley, who is currently in his second month on loan from Championship side Hull City, says he would be happy to extend his stay at the EBB Stadium.
"I'll speak to [Hull manager] Nick Barmby and [Shots boss] Dean Holdsworth and see what's best for me and the club," Bradley added.
"Nick looks out for me and rings me after every game.
"I'm probably looking to stay until the end of the season. But it's not set in stone, so we'll just have to see.