Brighton's Gary Dicker insists there will be no let-up as the finishing line approaches for the League One leaders.
The Seagulls face back-to-back home games, against Sheffield Wednesday and Dagenham, knowing six points could be enough to clinch promotion if results elsewhere go their way.
But midfielder Dicker said: "Every game is massive for us now.
"Nobody is thinking we are there yet or celebrating. They are two big games against teams fighting for their lives so it's not going to be easy."
Manager Gus Poyet is hopeful centre-half Adam El-Abd (hamstring), striker Ashley Barnes (ankle) and midfielder Liam Bridcutt (dead leg) will be fit for the visit of the Owls.