Don't tell Wollongong Olympic coach Wayne Farnsworth his team is in the box seat to qualify for the Illawarra Premier League finals.
The gaffer wasn't buying into any post-season chatter just yet, despite only needing a point next weekend to participate in the finals series.
"If you lose the games you're not in the box seat, you'll be sitting in the stands watching finals football," Farnsworth said.
"We are not getting ahead of ourselves ... If you start getting complacent you are not going to get there."
Farnsworth told Shoot-out a little over a month ago Olympic had to win four "grand-final" like fixtures if they were to have any chance of participating in the finals.
Since then his squad have won six of their past seven matches, including massive results against fellow top-five members Tarrawanna and Wollongong United. But a cautious Farnsworth was still not ready to jump the gun.
"We haven't achieved anything yet, we will go down to next week," Farnsworth said.
"We have given ourselves every chance by winning football games."
Olympic have form on their side, a factor even Farnsworth admitted was an advantage leading into the finals.
"If we get their no one will want to play us, what have we got to lose?" Farnsworth said.
"I am just going to tell the boys to enjoy the ride and see how far it takes us."
Olympic are fourth on the ladder, behind Wollongong United, Bulli and Port Kembla, who have all sealed finals spots.
Tarrawanna sit on equal points with Olympic and need just a point to end Dapto Dandaloo Fury's title defence.