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Jonas Gutierrez has challenged his Newcastle team-mates to maintain their form in what he believes is the most important week of their season.
The Argentina international, along with his Magpies colleagues, have been the surprise package of the season and are pushing for Champions League football.
Alan Pardew's side are currently fifth, level on points with fourth place Tottenham, but now face a defining few days with games against Chelsea on Wednesday and Manchester City on Sunday.
"We're still in a good position and this is a great opportunity," Gutierrez told the Evening Chronicle.
"We have to stay focused as it's another big week. This is the most important week at Newcastle for many years.
"We're relaxed and we are just going about it the way we have all season."
Pardew, however, is boosted by the return of key players for the final furlong of the season as Frenchmen Gabriel Obertan and Sylvain Marveaux are both poised to declare their readiness for battle after injury.
And for Gutierrez, they could not have timed their returns any better, adding: "We've never looked too far ahead. The good thing for us is that we have a lot of players coming back from injury. The more players we have to pick from the better.
"With three games in eight days we need as many as possible."
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ouldn't blame him for leaving, but going on how highly he is rated at OT it seems as if he could play midfield at United for the next 10 years if he wants. I do think it would be a mistake for him to leave us.
ood luck to the man. Heres hoping the media dont manage to turn the majority of fans against him for a change.
etty and spiteful as it is, I'm still happy to see Hull lose every time after 2009. Newcastle were crap, but Hull staying up by losing to Man Utd reserves, and Phil Brown crooning away as if they'd won the league was a truly hateful sequence of images. Happy to have passed them on the way back up.