New manager Neil McCann has set the bar high for his Dundee team, according to Paul McGowan.
And the players are determined to meet the target of finishing seventh in the Premiership.
After dropping into the play-off position with a seven-game losing run that cost Paul Hartley his job, Dundee got back to winning ways at Motherwell at the weekend in interim boss McCann’s first game in charge.
And now it’s a five-game winning run that the Dark Blues are aiming for.
“The manager has set a target for us of winning all our games and finishing on top of the bottom six,” revealed McGowan.
“It has been a worrying time. There’s no taking away from it. We were second bottom and if Inverness had won on Friday night people would have been looking over their shoulders.
“Thankfully we normally seem to turn up when we play Motherwell. That’s three wins over them this season and I just hope we can carry it to next week.
“But we’ve done nothing yet. We need to enjoy this win then get back to work on Monday.”