USA boss Juergen Klinsmann says it is vital that his side completes their World Cup qualification campaign with a pair of wins next month.
The US, who have already secured their ticket to Brazil 2014, take on Jamaica and Panama in October to finish off the strenuous hexagonal phase of CONCACAF qualifying and Klinsmann is yearning for two more victories despite the job being done.
"Definitely for our last two qualifiers against Jamaica and Panama, our approach is six points," he told USsoccer.com.
"We want to win these two games badly, and we are going to bring in the best players. We are going to bring in everyone that is available and finish this qualifying campaign on the highest note possible.
"It's been a tremendous year so far in 2013, so we want to finish it off in the right away. Also, we owe that to the fans. Kansas City is sold out.
"Our fans are coming from so many different places in the United States - in Columbus, fans came from 48 states - so we owe them a real good game. Therefore, everybody that is fit and healthy and belongs in that group will be there."