AFC Wimbledon will take it one game at a time to see if they can finish in the League One play offs in their first season in the third tier.
The Dons struggled at the start of the season but have since shot up the table and are in and around the top six.
And Shea sees no reason why they can't book their spot in the end of season showdown come May but will have to take everything one step at a time.
He said: “Who knows? We're going to take it one game at a time and see where we are at the end of the season.
“We go again on Saturday against Fleetwood and see where we are at the end of the season.”
Shea enjoyed the atmosphere behind the goal at The Den and believed their 'moaning' regarding his timewasting meant he was doing something right.
“I really enjoy it as I like to think if they're moaning at you they're doing something right. It was a good atmosphere and it was good to get something,” he added.
“It's a good hard earned point. It wasn't a pretty game. I'm over the moon with a clean sheet and we've got a good point. We know we can play better than how we did but we've got a point.”
Shea started the season as number two but, since Ryan Clarke's departure, he has been impressive between the sticks.
He revealed: “I'm loving it at the minute. Since I've got back in. I've enjoyed training every day. I've got to keep doing well and keep my place.
“I'd be lying if I wasn't concerned. I've got a family now and need to think of them. I got a bit of luck and I need to stay in the side now.
“We've done well since the Charlton game. We've got good wins away and good wins at home and drew at Millwall with 10 men. We've got to go again on Saturday.”
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