Crewe Alexandra manager David Artell says that the belief in the camp is very much there as he head into the final 10 games of the season. The Alex host league leaders Hull City on Friday before travelling to Milton Keynes on Easter Monday.
The Alex will be looking for three points to draw closer to the top six and Artell says that the players believe it is still a viable proposition.
Artell told crewealex.net: “We have not lost any of our belief, no way.
“When I was captain here, I think we were in the play-offs for two weeks all season and won promotion. We were on a fantastic unbeaten run at the time and we will need a similar run now but anything is possible.
“I remember it well that we had a very late run and went into the play-offs as the in-form team. Of course that was League Two and this is a step up, but it shows that it can be done.
The boss added: “As I’ve said all along, a football season is a marathon not a sprint and we have ten games to pick up as many points as we can.”