CHRIS BRANDON assessed the promotion challenge for Town and pledged: "We believe in ourselves - totally."
The skilful midfielder - 30 earlier this month - feels Town will have to win their last two matches to stand any chance of an automatic spot.
But he hasn't given up hope and is more than happy to spin the play-off wheel of fortune if necessary.
"All we can do is aim to pick up another six points and see what happens, but all the lads are in buoyant mood," said Brandon, who created two of the goals in the 3-1 win at Walsall.
"Everyone realises it was a massive setback to lose at home against Chesterfield, but we hit back strongly with a great three points at Walsall and now we've got to follow up with three more against Yeovil.
"If we get two wins and the others slip up then you never know, we could go straight up because that second spot is anybody's at the minute.
"The good thing is that all the lads are very positive and we do believe in ourselves - totally."
So how did Brandon feel his role in Town's new system worked at Walsall?
"It was good to play more centrally because I was able to get on the ball a bit more," he explained.
"Considering it was the first time we'd played in that formation, I thought it worked reasonably well and from a personal point of view I got a couple of assists, which was pleasing.
"All in all, I thought it was a very good performance."
Town - Rachubka, Mirfin, McIntosh, N Clarke, Adams, Hudson, Brandon, Taylor-Fletcher, Schofield, Booth, Graham, Abbott, Ahmed, T Clarke, Collins, McAliskey, McCombe, Senior.
Yeovil - Collis, Lindegaard, Lockwood, Skiverton, Miles, Poole, Terry, Cohen, Rocastle, Jevons, Davies, Gall, Guyett, Jones, Harrold, Jordan.