Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp claims his players will not give up the fight with Liverpool for fifth place.
The sides meet at Anfield on Sunday and victory for Kenny Dalglish's men would guarantee a place in the Europa League.
However, Redknapp would love to finish above Liverpool in the Premier League and take the battle for a spot in Europe down to the final game of the season.
He said: "You want to finish as high as you can. I want to go to Liverpool and win.
"It's important to finish as high as you can and that's fifth place for us.
"Qualifying for the Europa League would be a double-edged sword, but I still hope we make it.
"I want to go to Liverpool and win. You want to win every game. We want to finish above Liverpool if we can.
"How many times has that happened? Not many. We have to do that if we can."
The Spurs boss also admitted he targeted Uruguay striker Luis Suarez before his £22.8 million move to Anfield in January.
Suarez has fired four goals in 11 appearances and Redknapp has been impressed by how quickly he has settled in the top flight.
"Suarez has done very well. We looked at him and kept looking at him. We talked about signing him," he said.
"People felt he couldn't play as a striker and I had Rafa (Van der Vaart).
"People said you can't play him and Rafa, you'd have two players who want to
drop deep, so that was the problem.
"But he played up front on his own the other night at Fulham and was fantastic. He looks a top player.
"There's no regret that we didn't go in for him, that's how it goes. You can't sign everybody.
"We had Rafa and if anything we were looking for someone to play up front with Rafa.
"Suarez and Andy Carroll could be a real handful together next season."
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