CROWD favourite Efe Sodje believes Town are primed to maintain a strong play-off challenge this season.
The 33-year-old defender - who already has his own army of bandana-wearing fans - reckons Town will take some stopping now they've hit the top seven.
Sodje, who will make his 11th start of the season at Lincoln on Saturday and will be part of the squad at Yeovil next Tuesday, explained:
"There's a real buzz around the club at the moment and confidence is high with all the victories.
"The lads know what we are capable of and we are proving it with this run of wins which has taken us up the table.
"Sixth position at this stage in the season, with a new and young squad, is very good and we just want to keep things going."
Former Crewe star Sodje, who is hoping to retain his place in the Nigeria squad under new coach Bryan Robson, felt Saturday's display in the 1-0 win against Torquay was Town's best of the season.
"Nathan Clarke had two headers cleared off the line, Andy Booth and Jon Worthington went close and we had a few other good efforts, so we could have won by a lot more," he said.
"There were probably six good efforts, but the one that went in more than made up for those that stayed out.
"I still can't get over Tony Carss' goal. There isn't a keeper in the world who would have stopped that - not even Peter Schmeichel at his best - and while we all knew Tony could strike a ball, it really was something very special.
"For it to win the game for us made it even better, because we never gave Torquay a chance and yet it looked like we might not get the full points from the match.
"The performance was really good, though, with everyone working well together, and we made it look pretty easy in the end, which is a good sign for the rest of the season."