Glenn points out that it is still too early to predict what the Premiership pecking order might be come the end of the season.
With only ten points separating tenth and fourth place, the boss feels that it would be premature to set definitive targets.
"At this stage of the season I don't think you can talk about final positions," reasoned Glenn. "We're still jostling and there is a lot of hard work to be done.
"If we're sitting here in April with six games to go and still within striking distance of Champions League football or UEFA Cup - that is the time we can realistically assess our options.
"At the moment it is so tight. If we beat Newcastle we are back on their tails and someone might beat them at home to make it interesting. There is a lot of exciting football to be played between now and the end of the season.
"We've got to make sure we pick up enough points between now and the closing stages to assess where we can realistically finish up. If that is Champions League then I would be a delighted manager.
"We've got a lot of hard work ahead if that is to be achieved."