Djibril Cisse is keen to make amends for his double red card misery and help Queens Park Rangers win their battle to remain in the Premier League.
The French striker, signed from Lazio during the January transfer window, has already been dismissed twice during his brief Loftus Road career, against Wolves and Sunderland.
Mark Hughes' side remain just two points above the relegation zone with four testing games remaining, as the Hoops must tackle Tottenham, Chelsea, Stoke and Manchester City in their final fixtures.
But the former Liverpool, Marseille and Auxerre forward, who has scored three goals in his five appearances, believes his team-mates will be inspired by what is regarded as a tough quartet of matches.
Cisse said: "I feel bad that I have let people down for being sent off twice.
"The first time I was angry because I was tackled badly. I have been hurt before in my career through tackles like that.
"We have got a really tough run-in to the end of the season, but I would actually prefer this. There are big, massive games. We want to win so much.
"I will be back for Tottenham and we then go to Manchester City, which will be hard, but you can't rule us out of winning that one."