Fulham will be going all out to beat Tottenham at White Hart Lane on the closing day of the Barclays Premier League season, according to Cottagers' midfielder Moussa Dembele.
Martin Jol's side started their campaign way back in June in the Europa League qualifying rounds but have had a strong second half to the season, and victory over Champions League-chasing Spurs could see them finish seventh.
"We've done very well this season and we can still finish above Liverpool and Everton, so it's very important for us to do all we can to win this last game against Tottenham," Dembele told the club's official website.
The prospect of such a good league position and good morale leading into the summer is what is driving the Belgium international and his team-mates ahead of the final-day showdown.
He added: "Everyone here wants to go into the summer on a good feeling. I think the last game always stays in your mind, so we know we need to win at Tottenham. We are desperate to finish the season in the best possible way.
"It will be a very difficult game because Tottenham are still trying very hard to get in the Champions League."
Dembele, 24, joined the club from Dutch side AZ Alkmaar in 2010 as a striker but has been operating predominantly in midfield under Jol - a position he enjoys.
"Playing in midfield is a position I like, but I know the manager expects different things at different times," he said.
"I personally enjoy being involved in midfield and, when it still means I can go forward, I can show what I can do, like I did against Sunderland last weekend.
"That was a very important victory for us, and now our aim is to win our last game in the league because we want to end up as high as possible."