Ross County manager Derek Adams is targetting a top-six finish after his side extended their unbeaten run to 10 with a 0-0 draw against Inverness at Victoria Park.
County have yet to beat their nearest rivals in four attempts this year but Adams is still aiming high in a bid to cap a memorable debut season in the SPL.
When asked if he had his sights on a European place, Adams said: "No, we'll try to think of the top six now because we've put ourselves in that position and then take it from there.
"We've got four games to the split. We have Celtic, Inverness, Hearts and Kilmarnock to play - four tough games. We'll do well to finish in the top six but we'll give it a go.
"We're probably two wins away from it but that depends because a lot of teams have hard games to play.
"Let's see what we can do. It would be an unbelievable achievement to get there in our first SPL season.
"We are 10 games unbeaten with seven wins in those matches. We've taken ourselves to 42 points and opened up a gap. We just need to keep on going and keep on fighting.
"We're delighted with what we've done this season and just want to continue it."