St Helens centre Jamie Foster believes finishing third in Super League is a realistic aim for this season.
The Saints are fourth, six points behind top of the table Wigan, after two defeats in their last three games.
He told BBC Radio Merseyside: "Maybe top spot is out of our reach because Warrington and Wigan are on fire.
"Maybe we can get ourselves third, if we can march an attack. Come the end of the year I'm sure we'll be pretty tough to stop with a full team out."
St Helens will move to their new stadium next season, they are currently temporarily playing their home games at the Stobart Stadium in Widnes.
The club also relocated their training complex at the beginning of the season and Foster says the new facility is much improved.
"We've got everything we need here to be successful," he continued. "Ruskin Drive, our previous facility, was getting run down.
"But we've come here to Cowley and we've got everything we need. We've got video rooms, ice baths, shower areas, a massive gym and we're even getting a 3G pitch outside the door.
"If we don't win anything it's definitely not down to our training facilities. We've got everything we need here."