Alex Tettey says Norwich City's players will remain motivated until the last second of their Sky Bet Championship campaign as they prepare for their final game of the season.
Daniel Farke's side travel to Hillsborough to face Sheffield Wednesday on Sunday (12:30pm), with the midfielder insisting the desire for three points remains unwavering.
"There is something to play for," he told the media at Colney Training Centre on Friday afternoon.
"We don't want Ipswich to go above us. That's the main motivation at the moment.
"We can do that by winning the game on Sunday. That's our aim."
Tettey, who himself will miss the game following a knee injection, is confident this year's efforts can be built upon next term after signing a new two-year deal on Wednesday.
"We are building something," he outlined confidently.
"It's exciting to be going in a new direction as a club. The Championship is tough, which a lot of people don't understand.
"It's a very difficult league. Hopefully we will have a team who can cope next season."