ACCRINGTON Stanley are just 12 points away from realising the dream of clinching the Unibond League title - but five teams could still launch a late challenge as the season reaches its climax.
The Reds are within touching distance of title and have to win four of their remaining eight league games to secure automatic promotion.
And they will be seeking to reduce that deficit to nine points with victory over North-East outfit Blyth Spartans on Tuesday night
But, Stanley manager Coleman knows the remaining games won't be a walkover.
He said: "We've got eight games left and some teams will be thinking they can put a chink in our armour and try and capitalise on our position.
"Obviously some people will say we're feeling the pressure. But we expect that because we've done well this season to be in the position we're in. But we want to win all the remaining games and don't want it to go to the last four or five to make it safe.''
Stanley salvaged a point against Whitby on Saturday, as Coleman said: "I think we did well to come back from a goal down.''
The squad has a free weekend although several teams in the top six positions are in action tomorrow. Looking ahead to Tuesday's clash, the Stanley boss said: "It's going to be a tough game. We're going to go up there to win."