Wanderers midfielder Kearyn Baccus insists Western Sydney won't take its eyes off the ball as the race for the A-League finals heats up.
Wanderers are in the box seat for sixth spot, with four rounds left and the club sitting five points above seventh-placed Wellington Phoenix.
Western Sydney host Melbourne City on Friday night and Baccus said they want to keep their momentum going.
"We're not complacent all, we just need to work hard week-in-week-out," he said.
"We have to take it one game at a time and things will happen for us. The boys are feeling good. It's always easier at training and everything we do, with two wins under our belt, is a great week."
Wanderers head into the game following a 3-1 victory over Wellington and an impressive 3-2 away win over FC Seoul. Western Sydney have only lost once in their past four A-League matches.
"We've been confident since the Adelaide game, we just want to do all the right things and hopefully it will continue," Baccus said.
"Every game's different. I think we're in a lot better place now than when we were a couple of months ago. We've come a long way, we've just been unlucky. But I think things are going to turn."
Wanderers last faced City in January where they went down 1-0 in the Victorian capital. In November the two clubs played out a 1-1 draw at Spotless Stadium.
"We've played good against them so far, we've just been unlucky," Baccus said.
"We got one red card the last time we played them, we played with 10 men for the majority of the game. We limited them to not a lot of opportunities, which is good. But I think there's a good chance of us coming away with the result this weekend."
Former Perth Glory and Sydney FC playmaker Baccus has been a regular for Tony Popovic's side this season, making 21 appearances in the A-League and three in the Asian Champions League. But the 25-year old believes there is improvement to come from him.
"I'm still getting there, I'm not quite there yet," he said.
"I've still got a lot way to go, I've just got to keep working hard and things will get better and better."