The Aberdeen Grammar skipper Sam Knudson wants to see his side contest play-off rugby at the end of this season.
The top four teams in the Premiership will compete in the end-of-season contest to determine the league champion.
Grammar currently sit third in the table.
A top-half finish was the minimum target at the start of the season for the newly-promoted outfit, who have won five out of their eight games so far.
They were one of the six sides to be promoted from National 1 after the advent of the inaugural Super 6 campaign.
The mid-way point of the season comes in the form of Marr tomorrow as Grammar head to Ayrshire looking to put one over on the league leaders.
For Knudson it presents an opportunity for the Rubislaw outfit to stake their claim as a team of play-off calibre.
He said: “We really want to be in the play-offs and have some finals rugby at the end of the season, so we want to finish in the top four.
“We’ve been quite fortunate with the fixtures, playing the teams we came up with last year early doors.
“We’ve had a tough run just now and Saturday will be a tough ask, but we’re pretty happy with where we are just now.
“After this week we’re halfway through the season and it’s back to Edinburgh Accies again. We’d expect to go down there and win and hopefully it can be a turning point in our season.”
Grammar were beaten 31-14 at home to Hawick a week ago and that came on the back of a 57-3 loss away to second-placed Currie Chieftains. They hold a four-point lead over Selkirk in fourth.
Marr have only dropped points on one occasion, in a 20-20 draw with Accies at home last month.
Knudson added: “Marr have been the standout in the league so far and were last year as well. They’re always strong at home but have struggled in getting a point against Edinburgh Accies.
“We were pretty disappointed with the Hawick game – we didn’t turn up for the first 30 minutes. They’ve been a Premiership side for 10 years so are used to the pace and standard; we’re a bit slow off the mark compared to National 1. We’re still getting used to the speed of the ball.
“Set pieces were a big part of our work this week and our defence needs to be tighter, as we’ve conceded too many metres in midfield.”