Gilly Flaherty insists West Ham United will look to win against every opponent put in front of them between now and the end of the season.
The Hammers welcome Everton Ladies to Rush Green Stadium on Wednesday - a match that will be livestreamed on the West Ham United women's Facebook page - before travelling to Aston Villa for an FA Cup quarter-final clash on Sunday.
Despite the upcoming FA Cup contest, with a place in the last four at stake, captain Flaherty says the Irons are fully focused on Wednesday's game and their pride won't accept anything other than the three points.
I want us to get as high up the league as possible, and I know the other players share that feeling with me.
"Some people might say that maybe the league is not a focus for us and we should just look at the FA Cup, but for me I take pride in winning every game," Flaherty told whufc.com. "I want us to get as high up the league as possible, and I know the other players share that feeling with me.
"Everton is a massive game for us. Obviously we beat them when we played them away, and they are below us in the league, but we have to take pride in where we finish in the table this season, and play to our best. It’s a massive three points up for grabs and we’re at home in front of our fans, so we are determined to go out and get the win."
It's been three weeks since Matt Beard's side played a competitive fixture, beating Reading 2-1 away from home to move above the Royals in the FA WSL table.
Flaherty believes that the win over Reading was a great platform for West Ham to build on during the international break.
She continued: "It seems ages since we last played but I can say, hand on heart, that this is one of the best international breaks we’ve ever had in regards to the quality and the intensity of training.
"I think us winning the game against Reading allowed us to enjoy the couple of days we had off after that fixture and then come back into training fully refreshed. We're really ready for this game on Wednesday now."