Ghana winger Albert Adomah is urging his Middlesbrough side to maintain their winning run in the English Championship to stand a chance of finishing in a play-off place.
The Boro are in 13th place with 45 points and are 12 points adrift of a play-off berth.
With ten games left to draw down the curtains on the season, Ghana winger Adomah is dreaming of a play-off spot and has urged his side to pick eight wins out of their last ten games of the season.
"There are 10 games left and we are 12 points off the play-offs. It is obviously a tough task now, but this is football and anything could happen," he said.
"We could win all ten games and we would be in a great position. It's hard. To set targets but even if we could win eight games of the 10 that would still leave us well placed and it would be a possibility," he added.
Who knows? We can't look too far ahead, but it will be wrong to say its too late."
Adomah, 26, has netted 9 times in 32 appearances for the Smoggie.