Despite going without a win in four games, our vice-captain insists Juande Ramos’ side have not given up on breaking into the top ten this season.
But the 22-goal striker is first hoping for a convincing performance against a team fighting against relegation to lift everyone’s spirits.
‘Keano’ said: “I think we’re in one of those end of season situations. That’s not to say we’re not trying to win the games because you can see that we’re dominating games, especially in the first half.
“I think that it’s important we finish this season on a high, starting with three points against Bolton on Saturday. Not just three points but also a good performance and a convincing win would set us up for the rest of the season.
“Of course we want to finish as high as possible, and if we get decent results and other results go our way, I don’t see why we can’t finish in the top ten – it’s in our own hands.”
As for Saturday’s opponents Bolton, they find themselves just a point clear of the bottom three despite two top eight finishes in the last two seasons.
Robbie added: “It’s strange and it’s sometimes very hard to put your finger on what it is. You can look at a few of the teams down there, like Reading, who have got more or less the exact same players as last season.
“But Bolton will be coming here on Saturday looking for three points and they’ll feel as if they’re getting closer. As professionals, we’ll go out to win every game regardless of who it’s against.”
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Robbie Keane is looking to go out on a high this season with three games remaining – starting with a win over Bolton Wanderers at The Lane on Saturday.