Stoke City defender Abdoulaye Faye has urged his colleagues to make one final push to ensure their Premier League survival.
A 1-0 home defeat at the hands of West Ham United still left the Potters needing at least one more point to secure their top-flight future, with Faye concerned at a lack of energy against the Hammers.
He told The Sentinel: "The Premier League is hard, very hard.
"Every game you need to work hard to get a result and every week we work hard in training.
"I think everybody is tired and that is why we have two days off now.
"Everybody in the country did not believe Stoke could stay in the Premier League, but we worked very hard to show we can.
"Now I think everybody believes we can.
"We want just one more win and I want to do it at Hull. There are still three games left. I am not worrying. I just want to do it at Hull. I will be ready."