Watford boss Slavisa Jokanovic is focused on the task in hand that Sheffield Wednesday provide later today at Vicarage Road, knowing that a win will secure them the Sky Bet Championship title.
The Hornets, who are already promoted, need to match or better the result of second place A.F.C Bournemouth who travel to The Valley to take on Charlton at 12:15.
The Hertfordshire outfit were last crowned champions when they won the Football League Third Division in the 1997–98 season.
Jokanovic’s side have won the last five games and he was named Championship manager of the month for April.
He said: “Right now we need to concentrate, it would be silly when we still have the chance to lift some silverware.
“We are obligated to start celebrations after the game on Saturday not before.”
The Serbian manager is expected to pick a similar side to the one that beat Brighton last week but will be without midfielder Adlene Guedioura after his loan from Crystal Palace expired.
Meanwhile, Sheffield Wednesday will be hoping to for revenge after their 3-0 defeat to Watford at Hillsborough in October.
Stuart Gray’s side, who currently sit in 14th place, will be hoping for a top-half finish with Charlton just one point above them in 10th.
Gray will be buoyed with the possible return of Will Keane who could start after recovering from his injury during the week.