Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has vowed his charges will fight until the final whistle is blown on the last day of the season.
The Reds have the inside lane, and look set to beat Manchester United and Arsenal to fourth place, and are also well placed to finish third above Manchester City, although City do have a game in hand and trail them by a solitary point.
Klopp’s men suffered a minor blip on the weekend when they were held to a goalless draw by Southampton.
But, following United’s capitulation against Arsenal on Sunday, Liverpool’s result against the Saints didn’t seem all that bad.
“It’s not perfect, but it keeps us still on track and that’s the most important information,” Klopp told his club’s website.
“Everybody wished that we’d do it, us included, but now it’s like this, we take this and work hard again and prepare ourselves for West Ham.
“It won’t be an easy trip, we know that. We try it again and then we’ll see at the end,” he said.
Despite the result against Southampton, Klopp urged that they will keep fighting until the end as they look to make a return to the Champions League.
“We have to keep on going, that’s how it is, there’s no alternative. We want it, we will fight until the final whistle, and until now I didn’t hear the final whistle, so we’ll keep on fighting,” he said.