Andy Murray has insisted that he is improving with each match as he chases a place in the end-of-season ATP World Tour Finals in London next month.
The Briton, who is currently ranked 10th in the race, can move into the top eight if he beats Spain's David Ferrer in the Vienna Open final later today.
The two-time Grand Slam champion told BBC Sport: "I've been getting a bit better with each match. I need to play well on some key points. Whomever I play in the final, it won't be easy. David will be tough for sure, he's very motivated, like myself, for London."
Ferrer beat Murray in the third round of the Shanghai Masters last week.