Berwick chairman Brian Porteous has targeted a play-off place for Rangers at the end of the season.
The Shielfield Park outfit beat East Stirling 3-0 at home on Saturday, and are now just one point behind fourth-placed Annan with a game in hand.
“We are in a good position to go on and achieve a play-off place,” he said.
“That is the goal, but in all honestly I still think that the squad has underachieved so far this season.
“With the players we have, I thought we might have been pressing nearer the top.
“But in saying that, I have every faith in the management and the players to get us to the play-offs.
“January should be a big month for us as we have a number of winnable games.
“February looks a lot tougher - we play all the top sides and also have the cup tie against Spartans.”
Prior to Saturday’s game Berwick announced that midfielder Paul Currie and striker Scott Dalziel have both been transfer listed.
Porteous says that manager Colin Cameron will be given the option to bring in two alternative players if the pair leave.
“It’s all about balancing the books,” said the chairman.