Harry Redknapp is determined for us to finish as top London club in the Premier League this season.
It's 17 years since we achieved the feat.
Back in the 1994-95 season, we finished seventh in the Premier League with QPR eighth, Chelsea 11th and Arsenal in 12th.
We finished above Arsenal and Chelsea in the first season of the Premier League in 1992-93, but QPR topped us all in fifth.
We're well on track to become capital kings ahead of the latest North London derby at the Emirates on Sunday.
We travel to N5 in third place in the Premier League, 10 points ahead of the Gunners and the Blues, on a run of just two defeats in our last 23 league matches.
"It's very important, in fact, it's the most important thing for me this season," said Harry.
"I really want to finish top London club and at least get that third place if we can.
"We've got a great opportunity with the position we're in but as I've said, it can all change so quickly.
"We have to keep it going and continue playing as we're playing at the moment to do it.
"Third place is key, anything above that would be a fantastic bonus. But that third spot, I want that at least."