STANLEY goal hero Billy Kee says there is a real belief around the club that the Reds can make the League Two play-offs.
Stanley are in 11th place - four points off the top seven but with three or even four games in hand on most of the clubs above them after their historic FA¿Cup run to the fourth round.
The Reds saw off fellow promotion contenders Aldershot on Tuesday thanks to super sub Kee’s winner and it’s now two games in quick succession against fifth place Shrewsbury tomorrow and struggling Barnet on Tuesday.
And a maximum haul from these would really push the Reds up among the league’s big guns.
On-loan Leicester striker Kee said: "There is a real buzz around the place and a belief that we can get promotion.
"Everyone believes we are going to win every game.
"It’s so different to when I first came here in the summer as we had a bad start to the season but now there is so much belief.
"We want to push on as we really believe we can get into the top seven and you wouldn’t say we can’t finish even higher, the way we are playing at the moment."
Teenager Kee is hoping he has done enough by scoring the winner to earn a starting berth at the New Meadow tomorrow after he notched his third goal of the campaign against the Shots.
But he admits he can have no complaints with sitting on the bench as Reds frontmen Michael Symes and Bobby Grant - the subject of transfer speculation with Monday’s transfer deadline looming - have been on-fire this season.
Kee said: "Of course I want to start games but, when your strikers are scoring 13 or 14 goals each, you cannot knock the manager for not changing the team and they are all playing well.
"It is hard for me being on the bench - for all of us on the bench - as obviously I want to play but I have got to make sure I make an impact when I get the chance.
"Even being on the bench, though, I am loving every minute of my time at Accrington.
"I have played quite a few games and got the chance to come on and play against a Premier League team in Fulham on Saturday in the FA¿Cup and I would never have got this experience at Leicester.
"I just hope I can start more games, get a few more goals and we keep challenging at the top of the table."
Boss John Coleman was full of praise for his entire team after their midweek win over the in-form Shots, who had lost just oncee in ten league games up to Tuesday.
"Everyone was superb - you have Mr Consistency Phil Edwards, Mr Cool Tom Lees and Luke Joyce returned and did well while Dean Winnard was outstanding.
"Some of Michael Symes’ control reminded me of Pele and he is a big talent. He has now had a run in the team and the confidence is exuding from him and hopefully it carries on until the end of the season."
He continued: "And Billy is a great character to have around the place, he works hard and when he gets a chance he generally takes it.
"We are talking about the play-offs at the moment and we have got to hope that, come the end of the season, people are still talking about us and promotion.
"I know what I have got with these players, there have been some great performances and we want to be in the reckoning in May.
"We are in a position now where we are 14 points ahead of where people expected us to be and we are hungry for more - we are a good side, we pass the ball well and have a high energy about us."
Defender Darran Kempson returns after sitting out a one-match suspension on Tuesday for his sending off against Fulham.
"Fulham was a superb occasion despite the defeat," said captain Andy Procter. "We want more days like that."