Hamburg are hoping to build on their shock win over Bundesliga champions Borussia Dortmund when they host Borussia Monchengladbach this weekend with a place in the top six the victory target for both sides.
Last Saturday's 4-1 success against Dortmund is already forgotten according to Hamburg coach Thorsten Fink, who says he does not dwell on wins or losses that are in the past.
``Nothing is as old as your most recent victory, and that applies to us,'' he told a press conference.
``We are not going to be able to play against Gladbach the way we played Dortmund.''
The task, on paper at least, should be easier than it was at the Westfalenstadion, especially considering their opponents were involved in a dramatic and tiring 3-3 draw with Lazio in the Europa League on Thursday night.
``We're not even going to spare a thought for that,'' added Fink.
``In the end, it doesn't usually make the difference you expect it to anyway.''
The psychological blow of conceding a late equaliser against Lazio may be harder to deal with than the physical effort, according to Gladbach goalkeeper Marc Andre ter Stegen.
``We have got to turn our focus to Hamburg,'' he said on his club's website.
``We have some tough weeks ahead, but so too do other teams.
We have to fulfil our duties in the Bundesliga as that is the most important thing for us.
``If we do that, and it is enough to qualify for the Europa League again, then that would be excellent.''
Monchengladbach currently trail Hamburg by just a point, with both sides in the hunt for a place in Europe next season.