Gillingham forward Myles Weston has challenged the squad to go on and win the League Two title.
The Gills currently sit top of the table, two points ahead of Port Vale.
He told BBC Radio Kent: "For the majority of the season we have been top. We were second for a couple of weeks and it was a reality check.
"We want to stay on top and win the league. We have got to keep the high standards we have set. It is not done until we win the league."
The 24-year-old added: "We have got a good chance of winning the league and we cannot let our standards drop.
"We have got a good mixture of young and experienced players and any team we come up against, we are confident.
"There are 14 games left and it will be very difficult, but we have got a good enough squad to win at least half of those games and get promoted.
"With all these Saturday and Tuesday games, I am confident our squad is good enough to win half of them.
"There are not going to be any easy games out there because we are top and every team wants to beat us."