After defeats against Norwich and West Brom, Swansea City are hoping to get back to winning ways at Pride Park.
One game at a time is Swansea City boss Graham Potter's approach ahead of today's away game against 7th placed Derby.
The Swans will go to Pride Park hoping to recover some pride themselves after a run of Championship defeats.
Potter dismissed the spectre of play-offs:
"I think we have to focus on the next match and focus on how we can win that game. The rest of the stuff about what happens in April or May is a million miles away from my thoughts.
"We have to improve as a group and as a team."
Swansea have no new problems but the trip to Pride Park will come too soon for former Derby loan player Tom Carroll and Luciano Narsingh.
Midfielder Carroll (hip) has been out since the 3-1 victory over Blackburn at the end of October while attacker Narsingh is yet to make a first-team appearance this season. Kyle Naughton, Jay Fulton, Barrie McKay and Wilfried Bony are among those available for recalls should Swans boss Graham Potter want to make any changes.