European hopes finally evaporated over the weekend, with Everton and Blackburn both winning, followed by our home defeat to Manchester United. The boss insists it is now vital that the team pursue as positive a Premiership finish as possible.
Points wise, the team have already matched last season's final total and six points are still there to be contested. However, Glenn is pretty much resigned to taking on Middlesbrough on Saturday without the services of Dean Richards, who injured his ankle on Sunday.
"Again, we'll have to change the team for next week because of injury," said Glenn. "We have to try and finish as high as we can - that is very important.
"Every place is vital, we want to finish off with six points from the away game at Middlesbrough and the final game against Blackburn.
"We've got to make sure we finish on as higher note as we possibly can.
"It is a case of us trying to get back to winning football matches. We go up to Middlesbrough - we won against West Brom away from home - and we've got to make sure our heads are held high."
Glenn Hoddle is determined that the team ends the season on a high by securing six points from the remaining two games.