United striker Ross McCormack still firmly believes that a Play-Off spot is still there to be fought for and achieved.
United are currently six points off sixth place after Wednesday night's victory against Blackpool and Ross believes that the season is not over yet.
"We've got one game in-hand and six points off the Play-Offs, anything is possible," said Ross.
"I've been on the other side of it, being in the Play-Offs all season with Cardiff and fell out on the last day so anything can happen.
"The day you stop believing is the day you shouldn't be a footballer, we've got a good group of lads that want to work hard and we believe that we can do it."
The result on Wednesday evening was United's just rewards for a great team performance and will help the manager, team and fans as the Play-Off challenge continues.
"And for the gaffer as well, it's not nice the stick the gaffer is getting," said McCormack.
"It's really it's down to the players, the gaffer puts us on the pitch and then it's up to us to put in a performance.
United's next outing in the league is on Saturday with a trip to Ewood Park to face Blackburn Rovers.
The squad will go into the game against the fallen Premier League side with renewed confidence after the 2-0 defeat of Blackpool at Elland Road on Wednesday evening.
Ross, a scorer in the 3-3 draw at Elland Road in September, feels that United can take heart from the performance against Blackpool and use it to their advantage on Saturday.
"If you look at the past three results I think we have done OK but didn't take our chances," said the striker. "Wednesday I thought we took our chances.
"I still think there is a lot to come from us, when we got the first goal against Blackpool we were more confident and started to pass the ball a little more.
"I think we can do that from the outset and carry it right through the game, that would suit us better.
"We move onto Blackburn at the weekend, another tough game but hopefully we can pick up at least a point there but we need the three points."