Neil Danns insists Blackpool have absolutely no interest in playing for a draw against league leaders Doncaster Rovers.
The Seasiders remain two points adrift of the League Two play-off spots after their stalemate against Accrington Stanley on Friday.
Danns knows wins are all that matter between now and the end of the season and says the Pool players must share that mentality.
“It’s massive game,” he said. “They’re there where they are for a reason and they’re obviously a good team, but I think we’re a good team too.
“If we take our chances and play the sort of football we’ve been playing in recent weeks then I’m sure we can more than match them.
“We’ll be going there to win, we’re not interested in a draw. We need the three points.
“The belief is still there 100%. We’re only two points off the play-offs. If the belief wasn’t there there’d be a massive problem.
“You only have to look where we’ve come from in 15th a month and a half ago to now where we’re right up there.
“It’s still in our own hands because there’s teams above us who still have to play each other. So if we can win our games I’m sure we’ll be in it.”