North End defender Tom Clarke insists the dressing room remains level-headed going into the final stages of the season, despite currently sitting second in League One.
"We're very much level-headed, we're sort of stayed like that throughout the season. We've always been confident in our own ability and where we want to be as a Club.
"We are all disappointed when we go a game without a win but the gaffer is very level headed, he doesn't get too worked up when we lose and when we win he keeps level headed, it's a long season.
"We are where we want to be, we always had belief in ourselves that we would come through that bad patch and we did do.
"It's come to the business end of the season now, we are where we want to be, it's in our own hands. With the final games now, every game is important, everyone is fighting for something and we are fighting to get out of this league and it's something that we are working hard to do."
To hear more from Tom Clarke as he looks ahead to the final few months of the season, as well as Sunday's trip to Fleetwood Town, go to PNE Player now for the full interview.