St Johnstone manger Tommy Wright is eyeing-up the Tayside derby clash with Dundee United to nail down another top-six finish.
The relegation-threatened Tannadice side are battling for their lives but Wright has warned fourth-placed Saints still have work to do after the international break.
He said: “I think we still need another win to get into the top six.
“I have read people saying that we’re in there and it’s done but I don’t buy that.
“This league is incredible at the moment and who can predict what’s going to happen?
“The good thing about winning 3-0 against Hearts at the weekend was that it really boosted our goal difference and that could be like an extra point because it’s so tight.
“We know we’ve given ourselves a really good chance, especially considering the teams below us play each other. But until it’s arithmetically impossible for us to drop out nobody will be thinking we’re there.”
The Perth side have bounced back from a poor run of form over the winter months to claim seven points from nine.
Wright insisted it had been time for cool heads.
He stressed: “The one thing you can never do in this league is panic because everyone has poor runs from time to time.
“It was our turn for a while there, but nobody here panicked.
“A season is over 38 games, it’s not who is doing well after 20 games or 25 games, it’s about where you are when the whole thing is finished.
“We have the mental strength and the belief in each other to keep going to the end.”