WIMBLEDON have achieved their target of League One survival with something to spare – but don't be fooled into thinking they are already mentally 'on the beach'.

The Dons head north with one more aim from the final two games of their fledgling season in the third tier. They would love the kudos of finishing above hated rivals Milton Keynes.

The 'other' Dons have a two-point advantage going into the penultimate weekend but Neal Ardley's side won't give it up.

Midfielder Jake Reeves said: "It's not the case that the players are already on their holidays. We've trained even harder and there are still arguments after recent matches.

"Can we finish above the other side (Milton Keynes)? That would be another milestone for the club to look back on one day and it's not like we haven't tried."

As a proud member of the original Crazy Gang, Ardley will not let Wimbledon sign off quietly. Now in his fifth season at the helm, Ardley dismisses any suggestions that their work is done.

The 44-year-old said: "With one or two comments about the boys being on holiday, I am not having that.

"We gave everyone a four-game head start and we still managed to get to 54 points with six games remaining.

"In that spell from the start of the season until six games from the end when we amassed those points, it took a lot of graft and quality to get us there.

"We are stuttering a little bit now in the final third but we can only keep going and at the moment the boys are giving everything."

Since beating MK just over a month ago, Wimbledon have failed to score in six of their last seven games – including the last four. Both Easter fixtures against Swindon and Peterborough finished goalless.