The on-loan QPR striker is keen for Newcastle to be party poopers and ruin the seasons of Arsenal, Liverpool and Cardiff City.
Newcastle United forward Loic Remy has told The Chronicle that he is motivated by the prospect of wrecking the respective seasons of Arsenal, Liverpool and Cardiff City.
The Magpies, who have lost their last five matches on the spin, are guaranteed to finish in midtable this term, but their final three games see them take on sides that still have plenty to play for.
On Monday night, they travel to Arsenal, who are involved in a tight battle with Everton for fourth place.
The Tynesiders then host relegation-battlers Cardiff, before visiting Liverpool on the final day of the season in a game that the Reds may need to win in order to claim their first league title since 1990.
Remy, whose loan deal from Queens Park Rangers expires in June, is relishing Newcastle’s chance to be late-season party poopers.
“We could still decide who goes down and who wins the title, and that is a crazy situation,” said Remy.
“We can cause the big clubs some difficulties and maybe make things tougher for the teams who are fighting as well.
“For me, that means the end of the season will be exciting. People have said we are finished for the season, but I don’t see that.
“The players are training well and working well. It maybe hasn’t been as good a season as we wanted it to be, but we will keep giving everything until the final whistle of the final game of the season.”
Remy has scored 13 goals in 24 Premier League appearances for Newcastle this season.
He is likely to leave QPR on a permanent basis next season, although his contract at Loftus Road does not expire until the summer of 2017.
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