“We have ticked off two in a row, and we have just a few extra to go, nevertheless it’s inside our grasp and we have accomplished it earlier than.
“It offers us confidence however nonetheless it is an almighty problem.”
Wallis stated they’d deal with the match in opposition to Fremantle, who’ve climbed to 11th on the ladder, as a digital elimination ultimate.
“As a result of it’s – it is like an elimination,” he stated.
“There’s just a few outcomes which have gone our method, however on the finish of the day we have needed to win the video games that we have performed in.
“Fremantle are going rather well. They’ve confirmed that by beating some sides within the final run in direction of the top of the 12 months.
“So we’ll should be at our greatest, however once more it is in our management.”
Wallis can also be eyeing off the possibility to work on his ahead craft through the low season after a fruitful 2020 that has generated 23 objectives from 16 matches.
“I am simply embracing the function [as a forward],” he stated.
“I’ve had some actually good productiveness down there.
“Under no circumstances am I a longtime ahead simply but, however I believe I’ve bought the inspiration to maintain constructing on my recreation.”
Nevertheless, he does not know whether or not a ahead 50 spot will probably be a everlasting one within the Bulldogs’ construction.
“I am undecided what the long run holds. I nonetheless assume I could be thrown within the midfield if it involves that,” he stated.
“I am positively trying ahead to having a pre-season as a ahead to actually enhance my craft, as a result of as you realize we’ve not had a lot coaching this 12 months to hone in on these issues.”
Scott Spits is a sports activities reporter for The Age