The 11th-placed Potters could leapfrog West Ham if they better Sam Allardyce's side's result at Reading.
"It's good that we are safe now, but we want to get into the top ten for the first time," the 24-year old midfielder told stokecityfc.com.
"It is the last game of the season and we want to go out in style.
"You always want to finish the season well, because it gives you a happy feeling when you go away for the summer break.
"It has been a long hard season, and we are ready for the break, but before that we want to go to Southampton, perform well and get the result that gives us a chance of finishing in the top 10."