Last Updated: Tue, 14 May 2013 12:48
West Ham midfielder Gary O'Neil wants his side to finish on a high with a win over Reading on Sunday to secure a top-10 finish.
The Hammers can end the campaign in the top half with a victory over the already-relegated Royals on the final day - and it would mark an overall impressive return to the top flight under boss Sam Allardyce.
O'Neil says everyone at Upton Park wants to end with a win and the focus is on making the top half of the Premier League table.
"We need to do some work this week and make sure we finish the season on a high against Reading," he told the club's official website.
"The aim from the start has been to finish in the top ten and the fact we're safe already had no part to play in our performance on Sunday.
"It was just a poor performance all round. That's gone now, we'll have a look at it, see where we went wrong and make sure we're ready for Reading."
He added: "We've done enough to justify being around the top ten so if we can produce a big performance this Sunday we can get there."
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