Nottingham Forest manager Martin O'Neill is determined to get back-to-back wins and secure an elusive win away from home at QPR this weekend.
The Reds head to Loftus Road searching for their first win on the road since November and their first consecutive victories since September, with O'Neill keen to rid the side of both of those records before the end of the season.
He said: "The players are in good form and looking forward to the game. They played exceptionally well in the last match and that was good.
"The players will want to try and do it. They will want to try and win a game away from home and that would be nice. If we win this game then it will be back-to-back games which, for next season, is an essential if you are going to try and do anything in this league.
"There is still loads for us to play for. There are contracts to play for, people's livelihoods at stake and every single game is important. I don't care whether we have nothing else to play for or there is the feeling that we should have done."