Swansea boss Paul Clement insists his side will not take their feet off the gas as they prepare to take on West Brom on Sunday.
The Welsh outfit confirmed their place in the Premier League for next season as they beat Everton last Saturday.
The pressure was then on Hull to match Swansea's result but they fell to a 4-0 defeat against Crystal Palace.
After taking over earlier this year, Clement is now planning for the future but is refusing to look too far ahead.
The former Bayern Munich assistant is determined to help his side reach 40 points at the expense of the Baggies," he told the Birmingham Mail.
"We would like to get to 40 points and we are in front of our own fans and we can finish with three consecutive wins and another clean sheet.
"We have not conceded from a set-play this half of the season and we can finish a couple of places higher — so there’s plenty to aim for.
"I am not sure celebratory is the right word (to describe the atmosphere), but we hope for a good atmosphere. We hope it will be an enjoyable afternoon when you put on a performance."