Djibril Cisse has warned his Queens Park Rangers team-mates that it is win or bust against Stoke this weekend.
The flamboyant Rangers striker will spearhead their attack against Stoke on Sunday as they enter their final two games of the campaign.
Mark Hughes' team are currently out of the drop zone on goal difference but remain level on points with third from bottom Bolton.
In a twist of fate, Hughes will face one of his former sides - Manchester City -on the final day of the campaign, as they close in on their first league title since 1968.
Six points from their last two games may not be enough to spare Rangers' from an instant return to the Championship, but the France international is ready for the battle ahead.
"I like when there is pressure," Cisse told the club's official website.
"The manager will have to make his choices about who plays but, whether you are on the pitch or on the bench, you must be ready.
"Everybody in our dressing room must show what we are made of. We have a lot of characters and we must all do our bit.
"We must win this game, there is no other choice."