BARROW AFC boss Pete Wild says one win should be enough to get the job done.

The Bluebirds are on the road today, facing a Doncaster Rovers side pushing to get into the play-off spots.

Barrow currently occupy one of the berths – sitting sixth in the League Two table and four points ahead of Rovers.

And Wild acknowledges victory at the Eco-Power Stadium this afternoon would be huge for the club.

He told The Mail: “Potentially one win does it for us in terms of sealing our place in the play-offs.

“But the quicker you get that one win you then want to shape yourselves to where you want to be in the play-offs.

“So we are just making sure we are focused on getting that one win, and the quicker we get that one win, then everyone else has to try to fight it out.

“If we could get that one win today, certainly with Doncaster one of the teams trying to catch us it would be a big a help going into two home games.”

While Wild would like to get the job done on the road this afternoon, he is pleased that Barrow will follow it with two games at Holker Street.

He added: “Because we have been so good at home over the season as a whole, it means destiny is in our own hands really.

“So we will go into the Tuesday night game (the rescheduled game with Bradford City at Holker Street) knowing that if we get this done and dusted, what a fantastic achievement it will be for the football club.

“But before we can get there, we are all fully focused on Doncaster and what will be, will be after Doncaster.”