Newport County striker Chris Zebroski says his side are showing form worthy of promotion to League One.
Zebroski, 27, scored a last-minute winner to give County a 1-0 win at Dagenham and Redbridge on Saturday.
Justin Edinburgh's side are two points off the top seven in League Two after three wins in four games.
"We're on a great run at the moment and you could easily say promotion form," Zebroski said.
Ninth-placed Newport are two points behind Southend United, who they host on Tuesday at Rodney Parade.
Accrington are the visitors on Saturday and Zebroski, who joined County from Eastleigh in the summer of 2013, says the play-offs are a realistic target.
"I'm quite ambitious. I think we've got a good squad here to push in the play-offs," the former Millwall and Wycombe player said.
"We've got two home games coming up now and we'll look to push up the table.
"The gaffer always says the next game's the hardest game and trying to win three in a row is going to be hard.
"It will be a hard game [against Southend] but we always seem to do well against teams around the top and it will just be another game.
"We'll look to get four, six points out of our next two games and push on to get into the play-offs."