Notts County striker Daniel Bogdanovic says the Magpies will be a dangerous opponent for anyone if they finish in League One's top six.
The 32-year-old scored his first goal for the club in their dramatic 4-3 victory over Wycombe to keep Notts' play-off hopes alive.
"We can't do any more than what we're doing," the Malta international told BBC Radio Nottingham.
"The play-offs are a gamble, and have nothing to lose once we get there."
The Magpies are currently seventh in League One, outside the play-off places on goal difference.
They face Colchester at home in their final game of the season needing to record better results than Stevenage and Carlisle to claim the final spot.
"We're doing well, we're playing good football, we believe in ourselves," Bogdanovic, who is on loan at Medow Lane from Blackpool, added.
"The pressure is all on the Sheffield clubs, or whoever we get.
"I'm enjoying every moment here, it's been brilliant.
"It's not always the favourites that win in the play-offs - my club Blackpool are proof of that.
"No-one ever thought that we would be in this position, so for this club and these lads, it's a win-win situation."