Last Saturday's 27-6 home win over London Irish certainly bolstered the Chiefs' cause as they leapt over both Wasps and Bath into the final qualifying spot, but Baxter knows that the job is far from complete and that another stiff test awaits his team this weekend against Wasps.
"It's a little bit like we got through a cup semi-final against Irish and play the cup final next week in some ways - those are the games you want to play in at this stage of the season. We have talked about it for quite a few weeks," said Baxter.
"The top six spots have been within our grasp and we have to show ambition and determination to make a real fight for it. If you look at our form now - four wins out of five - we feel like we are playing pretty well.
"The boys seem fit and energised, they are turning up for training and enjoying things. It is nice to be turning up for training knowing your season is not dead.
"We've got two fantastic games to come. Wasps away is next and it feels a little like it could be a winner-takes-all game."
Baxter's men will head to Wycombe full of confidence having not only hit form at the right time, but also safe in the knowledge that they have beaten their rivals in the past five league and Cup meetings between the two clubs.