West Ham United complete their slate of Barclays Premier League away fixtures when they travel to Everton on Sunday.
It promises to be a unique day at Goodison Park, with Toffees manager David Moyes taking charge of Everton for the final time on home turf before leaving for Manchester United this summer.
Hammers trio Joe Cole, Mark Noble and Matt Jarvis are all looking forward to the fixture, with the Hammers seeking three points that would keep them in the top half of the table going into the final weekend of the season.
"We definitely want to finish tenth so we will give it our all and we wouldn't have it any other way," Jarvis confirmed. "We will be fighting right to the end to make sure we get tenth spot and really pushing us on.
"At the start of the season, first and foremost we were aiming to be safe, so to be safe with a few games to go is brilliant. Now, we can go out and enjoy the final few games and make sure we get a good result and stay where we are in the league.
"For our first season back in the Premier League, I think we have shown what a great squad of players and staff and manager we have got. To finish in the top ten in our first season back is great and hopefully we can build in the summer and who knows where we can go? Hopefully we can really push on next season and do even better."
For Noble, just being in and around the squad over the closing weeks of the season has been a boost following surgery to release a trapped nerve in his arm that threatened to prematurely end his campaign.
The midfielder, who turned 26 on Wednesday, has returned quicker than expected and could play his part again at Goodison Park. However, Noble knows he may have to be patient due to the fine form of Gary O'Neil in the defensive midfield position.
"I had a really risky operation on my arm but they didn't have to take a rib out so I got back a bit quicker. It's just a case for me of getting fit and being ready for next season.
"Gary has come in and done a fantastic job and the team have been playing really well and we're safe so we can relax. My wife said to me 'It doesn't feel like the end of the season' and I asked 'What do you mean?' and she replied 'Normally we're fighting relegation or going for promotion and I've had it for the last eight years!'
"It's nice to relax a little bit, but we have two games left and we'll try to get as many points as we can and then we can go on our holiday and enjoy ourselves.
"Next season, I can't see why we can't push on. We're moving to the Olympic Stadium, so hopefully we can spend some money and buy some top players and have a real go next year. For our first year back, we've done fantastic this year with the squad we have had - most of whom have come up from the Championship.
"We have added the likes of Andy Carroll and Joe Cole and it's been a credit to us. If we can add a little bit more quality next season, then we can push on a bit further."
Cole has loved life back at the Boleyn Ground following his return to the Club in January.
Having experienced both the highs of finishing fifth in the Premier League and playing in Europe and the lows of relegation during his first spell with West Ham, the No26 is enjoying a stress-free end to the current campaign.
"It is strange because everything is so tight, but we've fallen into the category where we're not fighting for one or the other - a place in Europe or against relegation. For me every game is one I want to win, but there is less pressure on us.
"You have seen my form is still there when I've played for West Ham and Liverpool this year. There is no doubt about that. It's just a question of keeping fit and staying fit, so I'll be working very hard in the summer to strengthen my body and make sure I can play 30 or 40 games next year. I think I can without a problem because I've been very unlucky this year.
"We have two games left and we want to go to Everton and get a good result. At home against Reading, we want to put on a show for the fans and finish in the top ten."