Martin Allen hopes his previous title winning experience with Gillingham will help see him over the line with Barnet this season.
The Bees boss lifted the League Two title with the Gills two years ago but was sacked just six months later, paving the way for his fourth spell with Barnet.
He has led the Bees to top spot in the Conference, with Saturday's 2-1 win over Woking taking them one step closer to an instant return to the Football League.
He said: “There's 10 weeks to go and 13 games to play, and we're seven points clear. We've been top of the league all season, and up to this point it has been a fantastic season, but the most important period is the last one.
“Getting over the line is the most difficult part. It's an exciting time, but chasing promotion also causes tension and anxiety, and it's my job to take that off the players.
“It's like a golfer approaching his final hole three shots up. The swing gets swingier and the hands get sweatier, and you take the focus off what got you there in the first place.
“But I won the League Two title with Gillingham two years ago, and I will draw on those past experiences. To get two titles in three years would be quite an achievement for me.”
Allen, whose side travel to Wrexham on Saturday, is confident his squad will get him over the line, but believes the fans at The Hive will have their part to play too.
He added: “Nobody expected us to be up there, our budget is nowhere near what some of the others in the division have, but it's a fantastic group of players. When we played Brentford during pre-season we matched them for an hour, and I knew then we would have a good season.
“The vibe now actually reminds me of the old vibe at Brentford, when the crowd got behind every tackle and challenge and really lifted the place. It's a new ground at Barnet, and it takes some time to get an atmosphere going, but the place is buzzing now.”