Fulham manager Mark Hughes is aiming for a record points tally as The Whites head into their final three games of the season.
Wins in each other last three matches against Liverpool, Birmingham City and Arsenal would give Fulham 53 points, their highest tally ever since reaching the Premier League in 2001 and present evidence of the superb turnaround Hughes has instigated since the club dropped into the bottom three in December.
And the Welsh boss doesn't want his team slacking off, despite their safety being assured.
"If we get maximum points out of every game we have left then I think that's the highest total ever that a Fulham team has reached in the Premier League.
"So that's a challenge for us and that's something that we'll use as a motivation going into these last three games.
"It could've been easy to switch off after the Bolton result, to be fair, because we were safe or near as damn it.
"But I didn't see any inkling that that's what the players were feeling when we went up against Sunderland.
"So it's more of the same for the games we have remaining."