Plymouth Argyle captain Curtis Nelson says the club has what it takes to maintain their place in the League Two play-off places.
The Pilgrims occupy the final play-off spot on goal difference with 10 games left to play this season.
"I don't see why we won't make the play-offs," Nelson said.
"We've definitely got the quality in the side and we've shown that we can play good football and win games," the 21-year-old defender added.
Argyle go into Tuesday's game at Dagenham having kept clean sheets in 18 of their 36 League Two games - the highest ratio in the top four divisions of English football this term.
"It's always a positive to have things like that associated with the team," Nelson told BBC Radio Devon. "It's something that we'll look to build on and help us push for promotion."