Bury boss Alan Knill is eyeing a long stay on top of League Two after his side held second-placed Wycombe to a goalless draw.
The Shakers are unbeaten in the league and kept their second clean sheet of the season at Gigg Lane on Saturday.
He said: "We're disappointed not to get the three points but we're pleased to stay unbeaten."
While Knill knows his side are the division's team to beat this term, he is certain Shakers can defy the pressure and stay on top.
He added: "We're two months unbeaten now and that's our second clean sheet this season, so now the aim is to extend that to three months and stay up there as long as we can.
"Every week you have to be on our game when you're at the top of the league and that's the pressure we have to deal with."
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