Northampton Town chairman Kelvin Thomas has spoken of the need for patience as the Cobblers move towards promotion.
After consecutive draws, Northampton sit 14 points clear of second-placed Oxford and 16 clear of third-placed Bristol Rovers.
"We have to be patient and we feel it will come," Thomas told BBC Radio Northampton.
"It just feels like the line has been there a long time and we just want to get over it."
The Cobblers face in-form Rovers on Saturday, with the Pirates having taken a total of 24 points from their last 10 league games.
And Northampton can win both promotion and the league title with a win if Oxford then fail to beat Crawley on the same day.
"We know this is a massive game," Thomas continued. "It's probably a bigger game because of the run Bristol Rovers are on.
"That (winning the league) is what the goal is. It would take a momentous effort from two or three other teams now, who would basically have to win every game.
"I pinch myself every day when I wake up," he added. "Football always takes a bit of luck, but in reality there has been a lot of hard work behind it as well."