And the midfield maestro points to the next two home games against Sunderland and Fulham as crucial to those ambitions.
"It's been the same for a couple of months now," he explained. "A couple of good results and you're right back in there and a couple of bad results and you slip down.
"It's whoever can go on the best run from now until the end of the season out of the four or five teams we find ourselves amongst will make it into Europe.
"The players believe we can do it and it's all about consistency now.
"We thought we were unlucky to lose against Newcastle, we definitely deserved a point and at Chelsea, perhaps a point was fair but we had the chances to win it. We all believe but we need to put another run together.
"We're on the same amount of points as two other teams so we have to take six points out of our next two home games.
"Saturday is a massive game now. Sunderland are fighting for their lives and we'll have to be professional and not get involved in a scrap because at home we want to play our football."
Simon Davies insists consistency is now the key as we bid for European qualification via the Premiership this season.