Sheffield United have been promoted to the Premier League and boss Chris Wilder has challenged his side to try and go up as Championship winners.
The Blades' return to the top-flight for the first time since the 2006-07 season was confirmed by the 1-1 draw between Leeds United and Aston Villa at Elland Road on Sunday.
However, Wilder appears unlikely to allow his players to slack off just yet, with United trailing Championship leaders Norwich City by three points with just one game left to play.
The Blades, though, have a better goal difference than the Canaries, meaning victory at Stoke City and a Norwich loss at Villa would see the Bramall Lane outfit go up as champions.
Wilder told reporters after the 2-0 win over Ipswich Town on Saturday: "We still have a game to play and we're going to try and win the Championship. That's how our mindset is. Who says we can't?
"Fourteen points over seven games at the back end of the season, with one defeat in 13 at the business end of the season, and people still question whether we are going to fall away.
"We've just kept our heads down and answered it in the right way, which is on the green bit."
The Blades have lost just one of their last 17 league games and they are 1/1 to win at Stoke next Sunday, with the draw priced at 12/5.
Meanwhile, Wilder's side are 7/2 to be crowned Championship champions next weekend.
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