Dean Winnard reckons Stanley are the favourites going into the play-offs but that they can cope with that pressure.
The Reds finished four points ahead of Stevenage, who they play at Broadhall Way on Sunday and then at the Crown Ground on Friday.
While Shrewsbury, Stevenage and Torquay have stuttered in the run-in, Stanley go into the play-offs on a 13-game unbeaten run.
"I personally think we are the favourites for the play-offs and go into them believing we are the favourites and hopefully we will get the job done," said Winnard.
"I don’t think we will know what it is like until we get there though with nerves and pressure.
"We are a young team and we have got people like Joe Hinnigan the physio saying it’s brilliant, the best experience we will have but we will have to find out.
"I think it’s a slight advantage playing away first, then hopefully we will get Stevenage back to the Crown Ground with a lead or a draw at the worst."
Winnard says that the players never doubted that a top seven finish was in their sights even though they were just two points off the drop zone at the turn of the year
"I think we always believed we would get there. We always knew we were good enough to get there if we kept playing like we were so it’s no surprise to us that we have done it."
Meanwhile the defender was delighted to score his first League Two goal of the season on the final day at Burton.
"I am over the moon, it would have been nice to save it for the play-offs but I will take it.
"I wouldn’t say I was an unlikely goal hero – I always get one a season!
"But it was a great ball in from Chris Turner and I have just got across the line and got a flick, Berbatov-esque.
"I didn’t know what to do to celebrate so I went for sliding on my knees.
"We were 1-0 down at the time with six minutes left and it was a massive goal as the big thing coming into the Burton game was that we did not want to lose it and go into the play-offs having lost.
"Everyone’s been buzzing for the last two weeks and now we can’t wait."