Neil Harris insisted shock Championship play-off contenders Millwall are under no pressure to finish the job after a 2-0 win against relegation-haunted Bolton at the Macron Stadium.
Goals from Tom Elliott and Ben Marshall, coupled with Middlesbrough's defeat at Sheffield United, lifted the Lions into the top six.
"It's a special time for us," said Harris after a first win at Bolton for 45 years. Millwall fans are pinching themselves a bit. But league tables don't lie after 42 games.
"We are in the top six because we deserve to be in the top six. The boys are on form, individually and collectively. And what I know is the players won't rest. They want to attack the play-offs.
"Now we have four massive games starting with Sheffield United away in front of 25-27,000 fans, Fulham live on TV in front of a sold-out Den, Middlesbrough who spent £6billion quid in the summer and then we have Aston Villa at the Den in the last game of the season, which we have sold out.
"Whether we stay in the top six or not, what a fantastic season my players have had. But they have earned the right to play four massive games to end the season. But pressure on Millwall? Not at all. My players don't feel any pressure. They are just enjoying it."