Newcastle United striker Loic Remy has insisted that he and his team-mates want to end the season on a high.
Alan Pardew's side are currently ninth in the Premier League with 46 points from 35 matches and are set to finish in mid-table.
The Magpies have lost their last five league matches, conceding 14 goals and scoring just one in the process.
Manager Pardew has come under pressure because of the way Newcastle are ending the 2013-14 campaign, but Remy insists that they can end their losing run.
The 27-year-old France international, who joined on loan from Queens Park Rangers last summer, believes that Newcastle can play a key role in shaping other club's fortunes.
Newcastle will take on Champions League-chasing Arsenal on Monday and then host relegation-threatened Cardiff City, before wrapping up their campaign with an away clash against league leaders Liverpool.
"We could still decide who goes down and who wins the title," The Chronicle quotes him as saying. And that is a crazy situation.
"We can cause the big clubs some difficulties and maybe make things tougher for the teams who are fighting as well.
"For me, that means the end of the season will be exciting.
"People have said we are finished for the season but I don't see that.
"The players are training well and working well. It maybe hasn't been as good a season as we wanted it to be.
"But we will keep giving everything until the final whistle of the final game of the season."
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