CURTIS Davies has called on Hull City to get the job done against Swansea City this weekend as both clubs eye the win which could seal survival.
Swansea are level with Hull on 33 points — and above them on goal difference — after their thumping win over Norwich last weekend.
But the feeling on Humberside is that a Tigers victory this weekend will see Steve Bruce's men secure their place in the Premier League next season.
Bruce has suggested he thinks 36 points will be enough to stay up — and Hull are desperate to reach that mark before their FA Cup semi-final clash with Sheffield United a week on Sunday.
"Our league form has to pick up because it's all good saying teams might not catch us but we have to do the job ourselves and make sure we're safe," said Hull skipper Davies. "You don't like to think too far ahead and only concentrate on your next game, but looking at the last week of the season we've got Aston Villa, Manchester United and Everton in the space of a week.
"We don't want it to come down to that. We want to try to be safe as soon as possible."
Hull have lost four of their last five league games.