Brighton: Charlie Oatway looks to seal play-off berth
Brighton & Hove Albion first-team coach Charlie Oatway hopes the club can seal a place in the Championship play-offs.
A win at Leeds on Saturday would guarantee the Seagulls a top-six finish with one game of the season remaining.
He told BBC Sussex: "It would be a nice situation to be in. I'm sure a few of the teams scrapping at the bottom of the play-offs would love to have that.
"If you are lucky enough to get in it then it [play-off semi-final opponents] all depends on where you finish."
Brighton are unbeaten in seven matches, but Oatway has played down suggestions their momentum will have an impact should they reach the play-offs.
"I don't know how important it is," he said.
"If you're going to get in the play-offs, you're going to get in the play-offs.
"It would be nice to go in in a nice vein of form. Once you're in there I don't think it really matters."
Coupled with their international pedigree, the Seagulls have a host of players who have played top-flight football in England or Spain, and Oatway hopes that will prove a factor should Albion make the play-offs.
"You'd like to think so but every team in that play-off area have players who, in some capacity, have played internationally, in the Premier League or abroad," he said.
"It is such a strong league that everyone has got flakes of it in their squad and we are no different.
"We have got some players who have played in the top-flight and we would like to think that has a bearing on us in the last two games and in the play-offs."