Perth Glory coach Kenny Lowe is insistent that morale within the Glory squad is high, as he repeats his mantra that every Perth match from now is a cup final.
It's been a tumultuous season for Glory under Lowe, with the side's dismal away form contributing to their current position, seven points outside the top six.
Next weekend they face third-place Melbourne City at NIB Stadium, where the crowd may see the return of Adam Taggart. Despite the former Socceroos' poor form this season, Lowe will be hoping a strong performance may prove the difference for Glory's men.
"The spirit's good, the mood's good. There are seven cup finals left and the hunger is to win the next game,” Lowe declared.
"If we win the next one, we go into the following game with confidence and if we win that one as well, all of a sudden we've got momentum.
"We've got most people back [from injury] and wins change mindsets. We've gone on rolls of six or seven games every season I've been here and there's no reason why we can't do it again.
"We've got the players to do it and the firepower to do it and with a little bit of luck, we'll do it."