IAN Craney admits the Accrington Stanley players are facing a battle to keep level headed as the excitment mounts with the side closing in on a return to the Football League.
The Conference title is within touching distance and for the Reds' players who have never sampled league football, they are just games away from achieving a dream.
"Everyone is hungry for success here but we are trying to keep our feet on the ground although you can't help but sometimes get excited," said the midfielder.
"We are so close to playing in the Football League. We have some tough games coming up, we have to get through them and we are taking it one game at a time but we have done so well.
"I think Dagenham, Gravesend and Morecambe were crunch games and to get three wins out of them makes you feel you are destined for the Football League.
"It would mean so much to the lads to do it and the town. We all know the history of the club and John Coleman has said we can make ourselves legends in Accrington - and we all want to do that."
Craney has certainly made a big impact this season, scoring 11 goals, playing for England regularly and attracting the attention of scouts.
He was also Man of the Match against Morecambe live on Sky on Monday where he received a bottle of champagne.
"I am going to have to find a safe place for the champagne as someone will open it if I am not careful and I am never going to open it!" said the 23-year-old former Altrincham player. "I was pleased to get it but I thought Andy Todd or Welchy or Tretts would get it.
"But as a team this season, we have stuck together. I think last season we had some players who didn't want to be here and were individuals. Now we are all in it together, we have a great team spirit and I think that has been a big part of it.
"The more games we have played together, the better we have got and you can see that in the number of wins.
"I wouldn't mind breaking the Conference record of 11 league wins and we might be able to do that and get promoted on the same day! That would be something else!"