Derby County midfielder Louie Sibley says the team know that their fate is in their own hands going into the final two games of the season.

Two wins would ensure the Rams a spot in the Sky Bet League One play-offs next month and if results go their way, even one win this Saturday could be enough for Paul Warne's side.

Speaking to RamsTV ahead of this weekend's clash with Portsmouth at Pride Park Stadium (3pm kick-off), with a season's best crowd of over 31,000 set to turn out, Sibley gave his thoughts.

On the final two games...

These are the types of games you want to play and at the minute we are a good team playing good football so you want to stay in the team as much as possible.

On his personal season...

It's been really good and I've really enjoyed it to be fair.

I've had a change of position and I've said it before that it wasn't easy at first moving to left-back but I grew into it and thought I started having better games as time went on.

I've said to the gaffer many times that wherever he plays me that I'll give it my all but now I'm back further up the pitch and I feel like that's my position. I can create more, I'm involved more and as long as I can keep helping the team win then that's the most important thing.

On the chemistry between him, McGoldrick and Mendez-Laing...

We're all attack-minded players and we link up well. Conor and Birdy are doing well too and they are finding us in the spaces.

We're confident at the moment, playing good football and we probably should be scoring more but if we can keep up the run we're on, who knows where it will lead.

On David McGoldrick...

Some of the touches he does, his movement, it's class. I think it's more sometimes in games you watch him and realise that not many people can do what he does so it's been really good to play with him this season.

On the mindset going into Portsmouth...

We know it's in our hands and all the work that the gaffer, the players and all the staff have done this season, these are the games that it leads to.

We've come this far as a team and as a club so we know we want to bring smiles to Derby County fans' faces. The aim is to get promoted. We've got a lot of experienced lads in there and I'm sure if we can get the win on Saturday, hopefully we can keep that going into the play-offs if we get there.