Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Tom Huddlestone has called for a repeat of last year's end of season form to ensure Spurs are playing Champions League football next campaign.
Harry Redknapp's side currently lie in fifth place in the Barclays Premier League table.
But crucially, they have a game in hand over fourth placed Manchester City, so know their future lies very much in their own hands.
"It's about winning habits," said Huddlestone. "There's seven games left in the league and we've just got to kick on.
"We know if we win every game left in the league, which is going to be difficult, then we'll be in the top four again."
The 24-year-old star, who has only recently returned to the Tottenham side following injury, feels that it's almost a case of de ja vu as he draws on Spurs' success last season as inspiration going into the final few weeks of this campaign.
"It's similar to last year. We've got to play Chelsea, Arsenal and Man City.
"By the looks of it, it might boil down to the City game again, so hopefully we can go there and do similar to what we did last season."