AC Ajaccio coach Olivier Pantaloni has warned his players they must keep fighting to the end after they climbed out of the relegation zone with three Ligue 1 matches left.
A 2-1 win over Sochaux last time out has them sat three points above the drop zone going into Sunday's clash against Evian.
But that is still too close for comfort as far as Pantolini is concerned as only four points separate them from the very foot of the table, and three teams are one win away from catching them.
"Our qualities will be found out at this stage of the season and will determine how the final three matches go," he said.
"We have taken three points against Sochaux, but it is not enough to be sure of safety. We must continue until the end."
They will face an Evian side comfortably in mid-table after taking seven points from the last three matches to ensure they do not get sucked in at the bottom.
Keeping that good form going is now the main aim of striker Thomas Kahlenburg.
"I do not know much about Ajaccio as I have not seen them play," he said.
"Some time ago, everyone said they were dead but although they are certainly in a difficult situation, they have got a lot better. They will come here looking to try and keep that up, but for us there is a chance to play freely and continue our great form."
Ajaccio will be without the suspended Samuel Bouhours for the match.