Much has been made of our forthcoming matches as we continue to sit third in the table.
After Monday's trip to Anfield, we face high-flying Newcastle at the Lane, a tricky FA Cup tie at Stevenage then the derby against Arsenal at the Emirates and United at home on March 4.
It was suggested to Kevin in Thursday's press conference that the season might hinge on this period of matches.
"To be honest, we're not looking at the next six weeks, we're not looking beyond Liverpool," said assistant boss Kevin.
"We know what we've got to come but we don't look at the next games as a block and think we need to get so many points from those games.
"We'll concentrate on the Liverpool game, prepare for that, try to get as many points as we can from it and whatever happens, we'll move onto the next match and deal with it in the same way.
"Liverpool is an important game because they are one of our rivals and we don't want them to gain any ground on us, but our season won't be defined by it."