Eddie Nketiah remains fully focused on the task at hand until the end of the season after his brace in our 4-2 win over Chelsea on Wednesday night.
Our young striker helped us to secure all three points at Stamford Bridge in what was an end-to-end affair, but his character is such that he won't be distracted from the challenge facing us to get into the top four.
"We’re going to go for it," he said.
"We want to push and give everything these last six weeks or however long is left and I think we’re right in race and we believe in ourselves, we want to do it for the fans, so we’re going to give it our all until the end of the season."
On his performance, Nketiah displayed his signature poacher instincts for his second goal, but his first was a composed strike that any forward would be proud of.
"I think in life you never know when your chance is coming, so you’ve just got to be ready and thankfully today I was able to help the team.
"Obviously, it’s nice to score, but it’s more important to be involved in a win in a London derby and getting the three points to bounce back, that’s the most important thing.
"I sniffed a bit of uncertainty (on the first goal), I had a lot of time, but thankfully I slotted it away, so it was a good start.
"In a London derby, against a big team like Chelsea to get the three points is amazing and I think it’s going to give us confidence going into the game on the weekend."
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