STANLEY travel to the Kingsfield Stadium on Saturday for their most important game for years as their season looks set to go right to the wire.
Woking, who were due to play Gravesend last night, will be out to claim maximum points against the Reds to keep their own faint play-off hopes alive.
With three games to go, as many as nine teams are still in with a chance of winning a play-off place and following Barnet into the Football League.
But Reds boss John Coleman insists his squad has what it takes to secure a position in the top five.
He said: "It is very tight at the top of the table but we just have to concentrate. The next three games will be difficult but we are just focusing on the game against Woking, then we can think about the others."
Stanley were shunted down into seventh spot this week after Morecambe, Carlisle, Hereford and Exeter all got points on the board from their games in hand, though Exeter only managed a draw.
And it seems likely they will need at least seven more points to scrape into the play-offs.
Coleman said: "The games are coming thick and fast now.
"If someone had said we would be challenging for the plays-offs in our first full-time season I would have bitten their arm off.
"But I think we have underachieved a bit and maybe we should have done better in some of the games."
But the boss was thrilled with the 4-1 victory against Stevenage on Saturday and said: "It was a great result. I thought we started a little bit edgy but then got stronger.
"Paul Mullin could have got into double figures on his own. But the lads all chipped in and were having a go and there were some big performances out there.
"Jon Kennedy made two important saves in the first half that shouldn't go without recognition. The lads had the bit betwen their teeth and hopefully that will go on until the end of the season."
Heaping praise on new signing Gary Roberts and David Brown, he added: "They did really well. Gary is a good footballer. He has settled in well. He has got a good personality, a good attitude and he can get better.
"I expected a gung-ho performance. Before the game I wasn't nervous. I was before Forest Green and York but I wasn't worried this time.
"I knew the lads would be up for the game and I knew they would give their all.
"All I asked at 2.55pm was that they made me be proud of them and that we finished the game with our heads held high.
"There is a lot of work to do. This was a small step and we need some big leaps.
"We have to go and turn in a big performance tomorrow and hopefully we will."