This is the bullish top four verdict proposed by Wolverhampton Wanderers forward Raul Jimenez.
Before the Premier League suspension due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Wolves were on the verge of breaking into the Champions League spots in their second season back in the top flight.
With nine games left, the Wolves are in 6th place – just two points behind Manchester United and another three behind Chelsea, who are currently last in the top four.
The Premier League remains committed to ending the season, despite the stringent social distancing guidelines still in effect across the country.
And as the season returns, Jimenez is confident his team can finish the job and seal a historic return to elite competition in Europe.
“It’s great for a team that has been promoted [two years ago] and this is only our second season in the Premier League, “he told Sky Sports.
“We know we can do it.
“We can fight for that and I don’t think we will be disappointed if we don’t, but now that we see we can do it.
“It’s amazing to be part of this team, this family, we are all working hard to reach our goal and I really enjoy playing with my teammates.
“Each of us adds a little bit to what we do. I really enjoyed the season, I know it is not over yet and we know we have to keep fighting for the places we want. “