Phil Jagielka and Leon Osman are determined to help Everton secure European qualification this season.
The Toffees have enjoyed a regular taste of continental competition over recent years, and are to keen to continue that run.
A seventh-place finish in the Premier League would be good enough to make the Europa League, and that is now Everton's target.
They currently sit five points off the pace, but England defender Jagielka is hoping that gap can be eroded over the coming weeks.
"It's something we have become accustomed to in the last few seasons (European football)," he told Sky Sports News.
"We have finished well in the league and we have enjoyed our nights out and the fans have loved going abroad."
Next up for Everton is a midweek trip to Manchester City, a side they beat 2-0 at Goodison Park back in January.
"It's a big game coming up this week," added Jagielka.
"If we can get the right results, maybe we can close on seventh place and put a bit of pressure on for the last few games."
Midfield ace Osman is also optimistic regarding Everton's chances of breaking into the top seven, but admits David Moyes' men must be on top of their game during the end of season run-in.
"There are some pretty big teams fighting over it now," he said.
"You have got your Aston Villas, your Manchester Citys, Liverpool are even in there, and us.
"There are quite a few teams fighting for it and we all want what Fulham have got at the minute, we want those big nights in European football."
He added: "We have shown what we can do as an 11 players and we have started to show what we can do as a squad, when one or two go down injured.
"We are getting a good squad together and hopefully we can finish the season strongly."