Ipswich Town boss Paul Lambert insists he is only interested in winning Sunday's game when he returns to Norwich City.
Town are struggling at the foot of the table while the Canaries, who Lambert managed between 2009 and 2012, are pushing for promotion.
Ipswich, 1/16 to be relegated this season, are 17/2 to secure a shock victory in the derby clash at Carrow Road.
Town have failed to clinch a derby win since 2009, but Lambert said: "It doesn't matter if it's Norwich or whatever, the important thing is we have to start winning games.
"I know this one has got added spice, whether it's me going back there, or the intense rivalry, or the separation in the table and it has been too long for this club to wait to beat their local rivals.
"Everything may be against us but they will have to earn the right to beat us. I'm not going there waiting for things to happen. I want us to make things happen."
Meanwhile, Teddy Bishop has signed a new contract which will keep him at Portman Road until the summer of 2021.
The midfielder, who has struggled with a succession of injuries in the last three years, has made 71 appearances for the club.