Charlie MacDonald believes this season's Barnet side share key attributes with promotion winning sides he's been a part of.
The striker has been involved in promotion campaigns with Charlton in 2000 and was a key component of Brentford's League Two winning side in 2009.
And the 34-year-old sees the Barnet class of 2015 as similar to those sides he enjoyed silverware with.
MacDonald said: “It's brilliant. As a professional footballer all you want to do is be successful. People talk about earning as much money and playing at the highest level but you want to win trophies and medals.
“I've had two championship medals; one with Charlton where I didn't make that many appearances and winning League Two with Brentford in 2008/09 was fantastic.
“It's in our hands as it has been and if we finish the job of it'll be great to go on my CV. I'll have a hat-trick of promotions and for the boys it'll be a moment I'll never forget.
“The ability in this dressing room, at this level, is frightening. There are a lot of players in here who can play league football. We've got great players and that's credit to the gaffer. He's constructed his team.
“They share hunger, desire, never say die and that bouncebackability. We always come out fighting and those qualities win championships.
Barnet maintained top spot in the Conference after a 1-0 win over Nuneaton on Saturday and could relegate Dartford with a victory on Monday.
MacDonald added: “It's going to be another tough game. I've heard the pitch is not the greatest. You never know what the gaffer is going to do tactically. We need to make sure we were solid and get the job done.
“It's not going to be like when we beat them 4-0 so it's going to be difficult. Bristol Rovers went there and drew 2-2. We're coming off a 1-0 win and when you're top you don't feel tired.”