It is time for Leicester City to kick on in the second half of the campaign, believes Kasper Schmeichel.
The Danish goalkeeper said City can feel satisfied with their work so far this season.
But he warned they need to step things up in 2013, if they are to fulfil their goal of promotion.
"We have played well so far," he said.
"I can only think of three games where we haven't really performed. Other than that, we have done well.
"We have had a couple of results at the start of the season where we have been a little unlucky but generally we have played okay. But there is always room for improvement and we have to be striving for that.
"We need more consistency of winning games in the second half (of the season). We have built ourselves a platform and now we have to kick on," said Schmeichel. "We are still very much in the mix."
"If you look back at the sides that have made a good push in the past they have remained in the mix throughout.
"We need to go on a run, but not even yet. You need to peak at the right time. That is what we are hoping to do, stay in the mix, build some momentum and then go on a run."