Mercedes motorsport director Toto Wolff insists the team have put their Japanese disappointment behind them and are ready to return to the front of the grid.
The Brackley squad lost a bit of ground on Ferrari in the Constructors' Championship as they picked up only four points at Suzuka with Nico Rosberg finishing eighth and Lewis Hamilton forced to retire.
However, there are still four races to go and they are confident of making up the 10 points on Ferrari with Wolff saying Rosberg and Hamilton are ready to challenge for the top places again.
"The last three races have shown us that we have a real fight on our hands to secure second place in the Constructors' Championship - but also that we have the performance to achieve our goal if we consistently deliver the full potential of the car," he said.
"We quickly put the disappointing weekend in Japan behind us and are now fully focused on the final four races of the season. The engineering team has been working hard to extract every last bit of performance and Nico and Lewis are both hungry to achieve strong finishes."
Next up is the Indian Grand Prix at the Buddh International Circuit and Wolff says the track - as well as the other three remaining circuits on the calendar - should suit their W04.
"We have no reason to fear any of the upcoming circuits, as we have been strong on all types of track so far this season," he said.
"That should once again be the case this weekend in India, on a circuit that includes one of the most demanding corners of the year at turn 10. We will aim to do our usual, professional job, maximise the performance of the car and our target for both drivers will be a podium finish."
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