David Goffin has set his sights on carrying his recent momentum into this weekend's Davis Cup final.
The Belgian has enjoyed a successful second half of 2017, winning in both Shenzhen and Tokyo before beating both Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer at the ATP Finals in London.
However, he fell short in the final, going down in three sets to Grigor Dimitrov in Sunday's final but his performance still saw him move up to a career-best seventh in the world rankings.
While most of his rivals can now switch off and take time out ahead of next year, the 26-year-old still has another week of action ahead of him.
Goffin has been instrumental in Belgium's run to the Davis Cup final and is now desperate to carry on his recent momentum in Lille against France.
"It was a special week for me, with a lot of emotions, a lot of fatigue of course. Now I'm feeling tired, but I'll be ready for the final," said the 26-year-old. "It's such an honour to represent my country.
"To be another time in the final of the Davis Cup is really something special. I will try to give my best, as I did this week."