Survival in sight for Still
John Still believes survival in League Two will rank among his greatest accomplishments after Dagenham's 1-1 draw against Aldershot.
Now nine points clear of the bottom two with three games remaining, the Daggers look to have avoided back-to-back relegations.
They nearly wrapped up a fourth win in five games after Scott Doe gave them the lead on the hour mark only for Troy Brown to head home a late equaliser.
And Still, who led Dagenham from the Conference into League One, does not want his side to let up in the run-in.
"We have had some tough years here," he said. "When I look at this season and the problems we have had I think this is a massive achievement if we stay in the league, especially when you look at the amount of injuries we have had here. We've been decimated.
"We were playing two centre backs in midfield because there are seven players unavailable to play. Staying up is a massive testimony to the players and staff and an achievement everyone can be thoroughly proud of."