COACH Terry Yorath believes Town have the ability to make up for lost time in the play-off chase this season.
Vastly experienced in both domestic and international football, Yorath has seen teams click at this time of year before and feels Town are due a solid run.
"All the teams above us have strung five and six wins together and that's something we've yet to do," said Yorath.
"We've had a few injuries and suspensions which haven't helped, but the lads are a hard-working bunch, very positive, and we've got to look to go forward.
"I aged about 15 or 20 years during the second half against Bournemouth last week - which is bad enough without being my age! - because it was nerve-wracking stuff and we were desperate for the win.
"When you have a record like us of letting teams back into games, nerves do come into it and you start to do barmy things, like having all 11 players camped in your own penalty area instead of getting some up the pitch.
"But we rode our luck, the win will do us a power of good and now we've got to aim to close in on the target we've all got for this season."
Yorath is confident that loan striker Luke Beckett will continue to flourish after netting a double to mark his Galpharm debut in the 3-2 win.
"It was great for the club, brilliant for Luke and excellent for Peter (Jackson), who brought him in to do just that," said Yorath.
"Playing the 4-3-3 formation wasn't always pretty, but we had to do something and I thought our three forwards were different class in the first half."
In League I last night, Bristol City lost 3-2 at home to Chesterfield, while in League II, Grimsby were 3-2 winners at Cheltenham.