Bayo Akinfenwa says AFC Wimbledon are disappointed with their season despite the club amassing more Football League points than ever before.
The Dons have already surpassed the previous best total achieved by former manager Terry Brown and still have three games to go.
That final trilogy starts with the visit of Wycombe Wanderers on Saturday and the Chairboys are gunning for automatic promotion after a stunning season under Gareth Ainsworth.
Akinfenwa feels that Wimbledon should also still be in the hunt for a place in League One but admits that too many costly mistakes have hurt their bid for the play-offs.
He said: “In house we’re still a little bit disappointed because we felt we could’ve done a lot better this season. There were games where we dropped points when we felt we shouldn’t have done.
“I did say when I came here that it was always going to be a two-year project here and as long as we’re moving forward then you’ve got to take the positives.
“Last few games of the season, I’d be lying if I said the fatigue wasn’t starting to kick in.
“But you can ask any professional at this stage of the season and you’d get that same answer. We’re still trying and nobody can say we’re in holiday mode.
“We’ll keep going until the Cheltenham game.
Akinfenwa, lovingly referred to as the Beast by Dons fans, has enjoyed an excellent debut campaign and is in the running for Wimbledon’s player of the year award.
He added: “I’m feeling strong and I’ve got 15 goals this season. As long as I keep contributing until the end of the season I think I can look back on this year and be pleased.
“People have got a perception. I’ve never doubted myself. There’s no shame in your game, stay in your lane. My lane is holding it up and scoring goals.
“I’m not a channel runner and the gaffer knows that. He’s made a team that plays to all of our strengths.”