Peterhead defender Steven Noble thinks that March is going to be a pivotal month for the Blue Toon.
The Balmoor side are currently sitting seventh in the league, five points ahead of bottom placed Stenhousemuir, and four points behind the playoff spots.
Noble said: “I think the next four games are massive for us.
“That will determine where we’re going to come the end of the season.
“Everybody will be beating each other so if you can put a game of runs together then you should make the playoffs.”
Peterhead will play Stenhousemuir, Albion Rovers and Stranraer, the three teams below them in the league, as well as a struggling Brechin City side this month.
The 28-year-old admits he has been disappointed with his side’s performance in the league this season so far.
He said: “At the start of the season we expected to, you look at your goals for the season, we thought minimum playoff with a chance of challenging for the title.
“We just never really got going this season.”
The Barrhead based player has spent five years with the club, and is hoping to extend his stay beyond the end of this season.
He said: “I’ve came to terms with travelling. Travelling’s a lot easier than when I first signed.
“When I first signed, it was Aberdeen once a week and now its Forfar. There’s a good group of guys on the bus travelling up which always helps because you spend so much time on the bus.”
He added: “I’ve not spoken to the manager yet about next season. I wouldn’t imagine he will speak to that many player’s until we know where we’re going to be… but at the moment I’m quite happy and I’d be happy to stay.”