Quins director of rugby Conor O'Shea knows two more wins might not be enough to secure a top four Premiership finish but his men will fight all the way.
A late Mike Brown try and a Ben Botica penalty saw Harlequins come from behind to beat Leicester Tigers 24-20 at the Stoop after a Jamie Gibson effort seemed to have set the visitors on their way to the points midway through the second half.
O'Shea's men are still adrift of fourth placed Bath, who they face on the final day of the season, and and have it all to do.
"I've never heard the Stoop like that. It was absolutely rocking," said O'Shea.
"We played with ambition and I love to see my team play like that. It is what we are about. Even if we had lost I would have been just as proud of them.
"Winning our last two games might not be enough, but we have the bit between our teeth and we'll go and play."
He added: "We have done well to be in this position after a terrible start to the season and all our injuries, but it means nothing unless we get there."