Pavol Safranko insists there will be no let-up from Dundee United in the last two games of the regular season even although most attention is already turning to the promotion play-offs.
The 24-year-old opened the scoring for the Tangerines up in Inverness on Saturday, his third goal in as many games and his second volleyed finish in a row.
Like the previous week against Ayr, Paul McMullan then wrapped up all three points by adding another with the result confirming United will finish second behind champions elect Ross County who all but secured the title by beating the Honest men at Somerset Park the night before.
United face Falkirk next week and then Morton with manager Robbie Neilson admitting he will rest some players before the play-offs.
However, Safranko insists he just wants to keep on playing to continue his rich vein of form.
The front man said: “I tried to hit the ball the best I could and thankfully it went in.
“It was a very good combination leading up to it and I managed to do the last part.
“I think last week’s (volley) was probably better – that was a really nice goal.
“But we are just wanting to stay focused as we know the play-offs are coming up.
“We need to be ready for them so we are just looking to win the last two games to give us good preparation before the play-offs.
“We are a good team with a lot of players. We are a big club so hopefully we can do the best for Dundee United and win promotion.
“I just want to play and win games. I don’t think we need much rest, we just want to continue doing our job.”
There was fantastic backing up in Inverness from the United fans who had made the long journey to the Highlands and Safranko admitted it means a lot to him.
He added: “I think we have very good fans and I really appreciate them.
“It is important that they share with us. They drive everywhere to support us. They are amazing.”