Truro City boss Steve Tully says his side making the National League South play-offs would be a great achievement.
City need two more points to guarantee a play-off place and four more to finish in fourth position.
"We've come up from the Southern Premier League and everyone expected us to be fighting relegation," Tully told BBC Radio Cornwall.
"We got to Christmas and everyone said if we finish in the top half that would be a great success."
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|Sat 23 April - Basingstoke Town (a)||Thurs 28 April - Havant and Waterlooville (a)|
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He continued: "Now it's five games to go, can we finish in the play-offs? What an achievement that is."
City will play four games in the final seven days of the regular season as they catch up on a series of postponed games in the past few months.
"We're just taking one game at a time and four points guarantees us fourth place and that would be an unbelievable achievement for the club," added Tully.
"We've got to aim for that, if we can get in the play-offs and finish fourth we're not going to make up the numbers, we're going to try to go in there and do everything we can to get promoted."