Kilmarnock manager Derek McInnes has been talking to the media before his side's Scottish Premiership match against Livingston on Wednesday.
Here are the key points from his press conference:
A top six finish would have been "utopia" for the club before a ball was kicked this season, but now admits he’ll be disappointed if they don’t achieve it.
A win over bottom side Livingston would keep Kilmarnock fourth in the table with just 13 games to go, and in with a very good chance of qualifying for Europe.
Kilmarnock are "in a decent place" following a recent run of just one defeat in their last 10 matches.
Feels they have recruited strongly with the arrivals of Kevin van Veen and Greg Stewart.
Adds that there’s not a great deal between many of the sides in the league at the moment, and he includes tomorrow’s opponents Livingston in that, despite their long wait for a Premiership win.