Sydney FC boss Steve Corica believes his side have what it takes to go all the way in the A-League finals following their 3-2 win over Western Sydney Wanderers on Saturday.
The Sky Blues still have work to do to make the top six but the win in the derby clash has boosted their chances.
An early goal from Adam Le Fondre and a brace from Trent Buhagiar earned Sydney a crucial three points and breathed new life in to their hopes of making the top six.
Corica saluted the win and believes it shows his side have the quality to go deep into finals once again.
"It had everything tonight, that derby. That's what it's all about," Corica said. "We know what we can do. It's about being more consistent and taking our chances because that's been our problem.
"With the amount of quality we have in the change room, we believe we can go all the way."
As for the Wanderers their top-six hopes took a hit with the loss but they have a good run of games coming up and believe all is not lost.
Wanderers assistant Gary van Egmond believes the situation remains in their own hands and the belief is there.
"In the last seven games, I don't think we play anyone that's in the top five," he said. "It's in our hands as far as that's concerned.
"If we can start. to get victories it will also be a negative for them. From our perspective, we definitely can make it. There's a lot of belief within the group."