St Johnstone striker Steven MacLean admits he is chasing some extra beer tokens as he looks to toast another successful season.
The McDiarmid club have already secured themselves a top six finish for the fifth year running but MacLean says his side are not done yet.
And he shrugged off suggestions motivation might be an issue for Saints in their final fortnight of the campaign after the prize of a European slot was taken away.
Rangers’ victory over Celtic in the semi-final of the William Hill Scottish Cup snatched away the Europa League ticket from the team finishing fourth in the Ladbrokes Premiership.
But MacLean claims there is still plenty to fire up the Perth men as they look to finish above top-six rivals Motherwell and Ross County – not least the lure of a bumper end-of-season squad bonus.
With four games to go, Tommy Wright’s team are a point behind Well but two ahead of the Staggies, who they face in Dingwall this weekend.
MacLean said: “When you are playing for Europe or cup finals that helps motivate you but we don’t have that now.
“However, it’s still big games we’re involved in. We’ve still got Ross County, Motherwell, Celtic and Hearts to play – big sides who have done well this season.
“No disrespect to the sides down in the bottom six but if we were down there the games wouldn’t be as big.
“We’re just looking to lay down a marker for next year and people will be playing for their spots ahead of the new season.
“It would be good to finish fourth for the club so it can get a few extra quid as well.
“We’ve got a pretty decent bonus system here too. The further you finish up the league, the better you get.
“So we want to do as well as we can. Although we have good jobs, we’re not on the kind of money players get in England so we’re trying to get some holiday cash and some beer tokens together.
“In all seriousness, we’re professional enough that we just want to win the games for their own sake.”