Everton full-back Seamus Coleman has described Wednesday's clash with Crystal Palace as "must-win" as they chase Champions League football.
The Toffees moved into fourth spot in the Premier League courtesy of Saturday's 1-0 win at Sunderland, where Wes Brown's 75th-minute own goal ensured a seventh successive league victory.
With Arsenal facing West Ham on Tuesday, Everton could find themselves back in fifth spot when they host Crystal Palace 24 hours later, and Coleman says it is vital they continue their winning streak.
"Fourth place is what we have been looking for and thankfully we are still in with a shout at this stage of the season," said the Republic of Ireland international.
"When you are going for fourth, there are games you need to win if you going to get there, and thankfully we managed to do it (against Sunderland).
"Things are going well at the minute and we just need to keep it going.
"Now it's about beating Crystal Palace on Wednesday night, that's as far as I'm looking forward and hopefully we can.
"We are where we want to be and we are looking at Crystal Palace now, because we have got to win that game."