Macarthur boss Ante Milicic says there is enough quality in his squad to stay in the top six after they jumped in to the finals spots with a 2-1 win over Brisbane Roar.
Macarthur are priced at 14/1 to win the A-League grand final this season and are going well as the business end of the campaign fast approaches.
Goals from Ulises Davila and Jake McGing earned the Bulls a vital three points against Roar as they jumped above Sydney FC and in to the top six.
Macarthur now have to see the job out and stay there and Milicic says there is enough quality in his squad to do just that.
"We've got a tough week with Western United away and Victory back at home, so we've got three games in seven days," Milicic said after the game.
"But there's enough quality in that squad to finish off the season in the correct manner and if we're good enough we get there (to the finals) in the end.”
Meanwhile Milicic has also had to do without some key players but is hoping some of them will be able to return sooner rather than later.
"Daniel De Silva is making decent progress, we saw again today Tomi Juric come on, so we've got a couple of bodies coming back,” he added. "But Tommy Oar is still a way (off), so it's been a difficult period for us in terms of personnel.
"But hopefully we can get a bit more match minutes into a couple of those that have missed so much this season. As every team will tell you that depth is most important, particularly now."