Reds defender feels the sky is the limit for the Reds in the second half of the season.
Barnsley centre-back Angus MacDonald thinks that anything is possible as the Reds enter the second half of the season.
The Reds are ninth in the Championship table following a 2-2 draw with Birmingham City and have lost just two of their last 11 matches.
MacDonald feels his own journey from Non-League to the Championship has not yet sunk in but hopes the side are able to carry their form into 2017.
He said: "I don't think it's quite sunk in yet to be honest, where I've come from to where I am now but I'm going to keep working hard into the New Year and see where it takes us.
"I think if we carry this form into the New Year then anything is possible."
Reflecting on the game, the defender feels the sending off of Marc Roberts changed the entire complexion of the game, but added he thought the Reds still could have nicked all three points.
"I think with 11 men we'd go onto win it but sadly Robbo' now misses a game but the lads dug in with 10-men and got the point in the end.
"Losing a man is always going to be difficult. It was a bit harsh given that they've changed the rules, but it's the referee's decision at the end of the day and we can't change that," he added.
MacDonald hopes the side can take the positive aspects from their draw with the Blues and push on against Nottingham Forest on Monday afternoon.
He added: "We had better chances in the second half than in the first half and we take the positives from it and go into Monday ready to beat Nottingham Forest."
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