Udinese captain Antonio Di Natale has targeted a final-day win away to Inter Milan so that his side can guarantee qualification for next season's Europa League.
Zebrette are currently fifth in Serie A, two points ahead of Lazio, and while a point might be enough only a win would guarantee that they stay there.
"I want to [be fit to] play on Sunday," Di Natale told the club's official website. "I want to be there with my teammates to celebrate. We can win Inter. It's a tough match but I'll try to do whatever I can - perhaps I'll score - to try to achieve our goal of the Europa League.
"We have been doing great things for three years despite bad starts. We didn't expect such a hard start though, but we have worked very hard and both younger and older players have done their best for the squad.
"We want to honour this splendid season by playing these last 90 minutes at our best to accomplish our goal."
The 35-year-old has bagged 23 goals in the league for Udinese this season.