Goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski has urged Swansea to remain on task as they try to negotiate their way out of relegation trouble.
The south Wales outfit looked dead and buried a few weeks ago under Paul Clement as they sat rock bottom of the Premier League table.
But new manager Carlos Carvalhal has injected life into the club and they are now 16th in the standings.
The Swans have won four and drawn two of their last seven league games and now have 27 points - the same number as Huddersfield Town and Crystal Place.
It is so tight at the bottom, with Southampton (26) and Stoke (25) ahead of basement club West Brom (20), while Brighton and Newcastle have 28 points.
One win can move a club up several places and Fabianski, who has played in all 27 of Swansea's Premier League games this term, wants everyone to stay focused on the job of moving up the standings.
'The table is very tight,' he said. 'I think it will be a very exciting end to the season because the result of one game can change your league position dramatically.
'I don’t know if it will be the usual 40 points to get to safety or whether it will be lower than that, we will see. But what we have to do is to stay focused and continue to work hard.'