Brentford manager Dean Smith admits his side are in "no-man's land" at present, right in the middle of the Championship with 11 games to go.
The Bees are 12 points from the relegation zone and 15 points away from the final play-off spot.
Brentford are probably safe from the drop, but it may take one more win to be fully certain, with it being extremely tight at the bottom, apart from Rotherham United, who are cut adrift from the rest.
The Bees do have a game in hand over teams around them, and if they manage to win that they'll be 12 points off the play-offs.
"It's just such a tough league," Smith told Get West London.
"I think everybody can beat each other on their day, what we have just got to concentrate on is ourselves, then if we go and win a few, you see where that moves you to.
"At the moment, we're a little bit in no-man's land in the middle of the table, but if you can go and win three games in a week it looks a little bit different.
"If you lose three, it looks different again. So you have just got to assess it when you're there.
"I don't look to far ahead of that (where we could end up), you always know where you are in the league, you can't help but be aware as it's plastered all over Sky Sports News, the newspapers and the social media.
"So you're aware of where you are but we can only concentrate on the next game and see where that takes you.
"That's been our case all season, we do set short-term goals for the players in terms of five or six games, but for me it's very much the next game."
So is the pressure off a little when you consider Brentford's league position? Is there anything to play for?
Smith believes there is and he want to win as many games possible to continue producing a positive atmosphere for everyone involved at Griffin Park.
"There's always something to play for. Pressure, whether you're at the bottom, top or middle, I don't think it's any different," said Smith.
"I have been there to the end when you're trying to stay up with Walsall, and I have also been there when you're trying to get promoted.
"Brentford have been successful over the last few years, so they know what that feels like. We are trying to get that back, and I believe the only way to do that pushing to win every game.
"You then have a winning mentality throughout the playing staff, the off-field staff and the supporters."
"You have to keep pushing this club on at this level.
"It's what the supporters deserve, it's what the board and directors deserve.
"The players who are out there, push for every game, to try to win every game and that's what we'll continue to do."