Date: 14th April 2014 at 4:37pm
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AFC Wimbledon’s aim ahead of the weekend were to merely secure league two survival for another season.

The win over Southend United has made this possibility all the more likely.

Not content with simply ‘staying up’ though Wimbledon’s vice captain Barry Fuller has outlined his target, which is a top 10 finish.

With four games to play, and the table very congested, Fuller thinks that a win over Newport County on Good Friday will not only (just about) secure safety but be the catalyst to a strong end to the season around to end around the top 10 mark.

As contracts are being played for too that adds extra incentive.

He told Get West London: ‘You win a couple in this division and who knows what’s possible? Tenth or 11 is still a chance.

‘We’re taking the last four games as seriously as the first four. We know if we do our job on the pitch, who knows what will happen with contracts?’

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