Gael Clichy is taking nothing for granted as Manchester City ready themselves for a final day fixture which will make or break their season.
A home date with Queens Park Rangers on Sunday - which can be seen live on Sky Sports 1 HD - will see City attempt to secure one more positive result, allowing them to get their hands on the Premier League title.
Victory would guarantee them top spot, but they only have to match Manchester United's result at Sunderland to take the crown.
Clichy is aware that City have already been anointed in many people's eyes, with it difficult to see how a QPR side battling to beat the drop could spoil their title party.
The French full-back insists no-one inside the Etihad Stadium has bought into that line of thinking, though, with there an important job to do before the celebrations can begin.
Clichy said in The Sun: "We have won nothing yet. All we have done is put ourselves in a fabulous position to become champions.
"We go into the last game of the season with the title in our own hands and that's fantastic.
"I know everyone is expecting us to win it now, probably even the Manchester United lads.
"But we have to ignore all of that and remember it is not won yet. There is still a job to be done, we have to beat QPR. People are talking like that is a formality.
"How stupid! Have they not been paying attention this season?
"There have been more shocks and upsets than ever before and, in this game, if you look too far ahead you can easily crash and burn.
"So we must be totally focused and professional to ensure there is not another one.
"I remember how Rangers gave us a hell of a game at Loftus Road in November so no-one here is expecting anything other than another very tough game.
"They will be no pushovers - they have beaten Chelsea, Arsenal, Tottenham and Liverpool this season. We don't want Manchester City suddenly added to that list.
"And remember this match is as important to them as it is to us. Staying in the Premier League is as huge for QPR as winning the title is for us.
"So they will be just as motivated as us. Which is why we cannot take anything for granted.
"If we just think we can go through the motions and treat the game as one big celebration then we run the risk of being humbled.
"So my message is simple: Let's get the job done first and then we can celebrate."
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