PETER JACKSON heaped praise on Town today and vowed: "Not many teams will fancy playing us at the moment."
Town's fifth straight win came with four changes to the starting line-up and delighted the home contingent in a near-13,000 crowd.
"Fifteen points out of the last 15 is a tremendous record and the players are doing excellently for me," said Jackson, whose Reserves play Doncaster at the Galpharm on Wednesday (2.00).
"We could easily have embarrassed Doncaster on Saturday if we had taken some of the clear-cut chances we created and it was an excellent performance to take us up to eighth.
"It may be an outside chance of reaching the play-offs, but we have kept our season alive and it's important we now finish the season strongly.
"We've certainly got a head of steam at the moment and there won't be many teams fancy playing us.
"What's best is the spirit we've got in the squad, not just the team that plays but everyone in the club.
"It's really good and I'm very proud of the lads."
Jackson dropped Rob Edwards and put Phil Senior, Junior Mendes and Andy Holdsworth on the bench.
Danny Adams made his debut at left-back, featuring in two of the goal build-ups, while Pawel Abbott, Paul Rachubka and Danny Schofield returned to the starting line-up.
"The play-offs are a big ask because we need to win every game and others need to slip up, but if we win next week you never know what the other results might be," he added.
"The only down side on Saturday was the goal we conceded. Other than that, I thought Pav gave us a great start, everyone played their part and Danny Adams had an excellent debut.
"To say it was his first match for a few weeks, he did great and put in some tremendous crosses.
"It was really hard to pick a man-of-the-match, though, I was pleased with all of them.
"And Boothy deserves his place in the scoring list. He was a wholehearted player when I was in the same team and, since I came back as manager, he's been superb. Hopefully we will keep getting the best out of him."