Diego Milito is hoping to help Genoa secure UEFA Champions League football for next season.
The Argentina international has played an integral role in the club's resurgence this season, with a top-four finish now well within reach.
Genoa currently occupy fifth spot in the Serie A table, sitting just a solitary point behind Fiorentina in fourth.
They have suffered just five defeats all season, the same as Juventus and AC Milan, and appear well placed to launch a European push.
Milito believes anything is possible, but does accept that a hectic end of season run-in could push Genoa's fragile squad to its limits.
"We live day by day, without paying too much attention to the table," he told Gazzetta dello Sport.
"Getting fourth place would be a fantastic achievement though. It would a definitive moment in our history.
"But, there are a lot of games to go until the end of the season and we must continue to work hard."
Retaining Miltio's services during the January transfer window was crucial to Genoa's cause, with Inter Milan reported to have tabled a sizeable offer to take him to Stadio Giuseppe Meazza.
The South American star insists he never had any desire to join Jose Mourinho's men, claiming he is more than happy where he is.
"The relationship with president (Enrico) Preziosi is perfect and I intend to see out my contract at Genoa," he said.
"I was very happy to come back here.
"My ambition now is to play for this club in the Champions League."