The club's manager wants his side's momentum to carry on until the end of the season.
Neil Harris says his players now face the challenge of maintaining the high standards they have set themselves after their incredible run of results.
Harris, who has guided the Gills away from relegation danger in spectacular fashion since the beginning of the calendar year, has made it clear that only maximum effort is good enough for him as he targets three more points against AFC Barrow on Saturday.
“The standards and the expectations are rising,” he said. “We have come such a long way in a short space of time. We have got 30 points in 15 games. There are only two teams in the country who have got more points than us since January 1st, that’s Barnsley and Middlesbrough.
“We have travelled a long way but we don’t want to stand still, we want to win games of football. That is the demand that I am putting on the players every day. If any of the players are looking at me and thinking, ‘he needs to relax a little bit’, then they are not for me. I want to drive these standards until the summer.
“I want us to keep developing and I want to see the hunger in the players. I want to take this momentum into next year.
“Barrow is a very difficult place to go and try and win and they have had a fantastic season. It will be a challenge for us and I want to thank the Gills fans who travel that distance because it is a long trek for everyone.
“Barrow have strength, size and power and they have good tacticians in the team and also attacking threats.
“We are looking forward to this fixture. I don’t fear us stepping off the gas. We are in a good place and we are going there full of confidence.”