West Ham United are readjusting their aims for the season after failing to win for seven games.
The club narrowly missed out on a trip to Wembley after being held by a late goal against Manchester United at Old Trafford before losing 2-1 in the replay at Upton Park last week.
Reffing hell: No win in seven
But they have failed to win since their remarkable 3-2 comeback win over Everton at Goodison Park at the beginning of March.
A controversial last gasp penalty for the Foxes held the Hammers to a 2-2 draw leaving the club seven points off Manchester City and Arsenal in third and fourth place respectively with five games to play.
'We stay in the fight'
“We stay in the fight for fifth place and our dreams of European football are still alive," Jurcevic told whufc.com.
"We have another game on Wednesday and we have a good chance to win this game at home.
“It is realistic for us to play in a European position but we have to focus on the Watford game.
"Our advantage is that we have a good spirit in the team and we will try to do everything to stay in the top five.”
Four-way battle for Europa League
That match could go some way to deciding who qualifies for the Europa League, although should Louis van Gaal's side go on to lift the FA Cup and finish fifth the Hammers could qualify by finishing in their current position of sixth.