Hearts keeper Jamie MacDonald insists the club will continue going all out until third spot in the SPL table is secured.
The Tynecastle outfit are currently eight points clear of fourth placed Dundee United with three games remaining.
Hearts have made hard work of crossing the finishing line following five successive draws in Scotland's top flight.
The club travel to title-chasing Rangers on Saturday and MacDonald insists it has been frustrating not winning.
"Saturday means it's another game out of the way and another point," MacDonald told the Scotsman. "We've not been beaten in the last six now but we've drawn the last five.
"It's obviously a little bit frustrating not getting the wins but every point is important and we'll just have to look forward to the next game and to hopefully picking up points again.
"In every game we try to win and it will be the same this weekend. We've still not got third place wrapped up, so a win's important for us."