Cheltenham Town midfielder Rohan Ince is confident the Robins will be able to continue fighting for promotion as the season reaches it’s conclusion.
Michael Duff’s side are unbeaten in their last six games and sit fifth in Sky Bet League Two with 10 games remaining.
They’re five points behind joint leaders Crewe Alexandra and Swindon Town and six points clear of fellow play-off placed Colchester United.
Cheltenham face Cambridge United on Saturday as they look to move up the table.
Ince believes the confidence in the camp will be key to ensuring a strong finish to the campaign.
“It’s very positive at the moment,” said the midfielder.
“As the manager said, we’re not getting ahead of ourselves. We try to take every game as it comes. If this teams loses we hear about it, but then we just focus on our next game.
“There’s a belief in the camp now that we can do it – we believe we can win a game playing nice football, playing gritty football or sometimes when we don’t play well we still end up getting results.”
The Robins signed Ince on a one-year deal in the summer and, despite making just five starts so far this season, he feels he is having the affect the manager is wanting from him.
He said: “He (Duff) told me that I’m a physical player, obviously, and that’s how he wants me – dominating the ball, winning it back, winning the second balls and playing it simple.
“Most players prefer to start and affect the game from the start but if the gaffer wants me to come off the bench then that’s something I’ll do.”
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