Tottenham Hotspur boss Harry Redknapp has promised everything from his side in the race to finish fourth this season.
Spurs came from two goals behind to draw 3-3 with Arsenal last night, keeping their Champions League dream alive as the run-in moves towards its climax.
Manchester City remain in the box-seat for the position though, sitting two points clear of Redknapp's side with a game in hand.
After a successful season in Europe's elite competition came to an end against Real Madrid at the quarter-final stage, the former West Ham United boss is desperate to return to the top table of club football.
"I don't know really, I don't really care either," Redknapp said in response to reporters questions on the issue.
"If we make it, we make it and if we don't we will try again next year. We want to do it, we will give it everything we have got. But if we don't we'll come back next year."
The north Londoners have a tricky looking run-in, including trips to Chelsea and Liverpool. Importantly, they travel to Eastlands on May 10th to face City in a potentially pivotal clash.