On-loan midfielder Therry Racon is hoping to help Brighton & Hove Albion secure a League One play-off spot.
Racon joined the Seagulls earlier this month from Charlton Athletic and has started in the home win over Swindon and draw at Nottingham Forest.
He is looking forward to Saturday's encounter with play-off rivals Leeds United, with Brighton currently clinging to sixth place in the table.
The Frenchman admits his long-term future is at Charlton, but acknowledged his immediate priority is to aid Brighton's quest for promotion.
"Right now I just want Saturday to come round as soon as possible because I just want to play and keep it strong for the club and the gaffer and for everybody, and maybe we will end up in the play-offs in May," Racon told the club's official website.
"Before I signed for Brighton I took a look at the table and the fixture list and saw Nottingham Forest and Leeds and thought these are a good series of games. I was really excited and now I have to play well for the club and for everybody.
"Charlton are behind me for the time being, but they remain my club because I have a four-year contract with them.
"Now though I am completely focused on my new team and my ambition is to go to the play-offs in May with Brighton."