Exeter City boss Paul Tisdale says his side's good run must go on if they are to reach the League Two play-offs.
City's their fifth victory in an eight-game unbeaten run, left the Grecians a point off the top seven.
"If we want any prospect of success this year, it's got to continue," Tisdale told BBC Radio Devon.
"It wasn't the most fluid of performances, but we got our win and that's what it's all about."
City's next three games are against second-placed Shrewsbury, third-placed Wycombe and fifth-placed Southend.
"We knew if we got maximum points from this weekend it would give us an opportunity and I think we've got one," added Tisdale.
"There's lots of teams still level-pegging. There's games to go and we mustn't get excitable, we've got to continue with the things that have got us the results over the last month.
"At the moment things look good, but we have to remember we've clawed ourselves into this situation and we've now got a chance.
"But it can change so quickly, so one game at a time and we've still got a difficult run of games coming with Shrewsbury, Wycombe and Southend."