Caley Thistle manager John Robertson insists the Highlanders are only interested in their own agenda in today’s Championship trip to Alloa Athletic.
Inverness have already secured a play-off spot, but are aiming to leapfrog Ayr United into third place in their two remaining fixtures.
With Alloa among six teams engulfed in a battle to avoid relegation to the third-tier, Robertson insists he will field a full strength team for the trip to Recreation Park in order to preserve the integrity of the league.
Robertson said: “If you look at the table at the moment – the top four are the top four, and the bottom six are the bottom six.
“Alloa have done terrifically. I think Jim has done a terrific job, for them still to be in with a good chance of not even being in the play-off spot with two games to go.
“They will fancy their chances, they have a very strong home record of late and have beaten a lot of good teams of late.
“What we have talked about this week is our sharpness, our pace and power. We have to be up to speed because it was probably our poorest away performance of the season in the 0-0 draw down there in October. nWe never laid a glove on them until the last five minutes.
“We are under no illusions about what we have to do. It may help out other teams in the league if we get a victory, while I’m sure Alloa will just be wanting to help themselves.
“If we win, are we doing other clubs a favour? No, we’ve got to do ourselves a favour, and that’s taking three points and keeping the pressure on Ayr to finish third.”
Cammy Mackay will continue to play between the sticks, however Robertson revealed first choice goalkeeper Mark Ridgers could return for next weekend’s home game against Dunfermline, adding: “He is back doing light training. His finger was put back into place almost immediately and it’s just a case of the swelling coming down.
“Mark has been doing some light work, and we are hopeful he may be available for the last game of the season, but he certainly should be back for the play-offs.”