Liverpool want to win their last three games, manager Jurgen Klopp has insisted.
The Reds host Chelsea on Wednesday night before facing West Bromwich Albion away from home on Sunday, two games that will end their English Premier League campaign.
And even though many believe the focus is already on the Europa League final, the 48-year-old has other ideas.
"What I would prefer is that it's Thursday next week and we have won two games against Chelsea and West Brom, and we are back on the way to Liverpool with the cup," Klopp explained.
"That is the only situation that would be better than sitting here now and talking about these three games. I like to play them but obviously I'm a normal human being so it would be no problem to say 'OK, it's over and we have all that we want'.
"But it doesn't work like this. I like this all or nothing, that's true, but only because of the opportunity to get all. That's what we'll try to do.
"I try to say all the time that you need rhythm.
"If we lose the next two games, believe me I will go to Basel still confident and thinking we can win this game.
"But it would feel better if you win them. That's how it is. But I cannot decide now, there's no rule, no really fixed rule that you say if you win the last two games then you will win the final – unfortunately not.
"You saw Sevilla changed 11 positions in the last game and the only news you read about is 'Sevilla is not ready for the final'. They changed completely and I'm sure there were different players on the bench.
"So they are already preparing for the final. We can't do this. We are not in a fixed position. They are fixed seventh and can't fall.
"That's their way; our way is to be concentrated on things you have influence on. That means now Chelsea, then West Brom and then the final. We will try everything, for sure."