Internazionale striker Jonathan Biabiany was upbeat after the club's 1-1 draw with Roma on Saturday and believes they can finish the season strong.
Inter began the season well and looked to be in contention for the Scudetto at the turn of the year, but their form in 2016 has lacked consistency and it has seen them drop down to fourth in the table.
They remain five points behind Roma after the Giallorossi scored an 84th minute equaliser to salvage a point, but the performance of his side left Biabiany in a positive mood, despite the fact they effectively dropped two points.
"We're all working for the team and giving 100% – this is what the gaffer is asking of us," he told the club's official television channel.
"I think that today's performance proves we're capable of getting third spot. Let's ignore what Roma are doing, if we win every match from now until the end of the season, we'll achieve our goal.
"If we perform as we know we can do, we'll get there without any problems."
Inter have a good chance of gaining some ground on their rivals next weekend when they host struggling Torino, while Roma face a tough away trip to Lazio.