Not content with merely securing promotion, West Bromwich Albion captain Jonathan Greening has his sights set on winning the Coca-Cola Championship.
The midfielder admits he was shocked at being given the armband for the season by manager Tony Mowbray and he says a trophy would cap off a wonderful year for him personally.
Greening said: "I have said I was a bit gobsmacked when I got named captain. I was more surprised than anyone but if I can lift a trophy, it would be a great year.
"I think it has gone really well and I love playing in the gaffer's team, the way he plays, and it would cap off a great season. It will be my biggest honour to win the Championship trophy.
"We all want to finish top of the league, especially as people have been saying we wouldn't get promoted because of the way we play.
"It would be nice to finish champions and show you can get out of the league playing the way we have.
"If you ask any neutral who has watched our games, I am sure they will have enjoyed them. It would be great for the gaffer, myself as captain, and the whole squad to go up as champions."
Standing in the way of the Baggies on Sunday will be Queens Park Rangers, a side with the newly-found financial clout not only to make it to the Premier League in coming years but also to take it by storm. Albion have gone about getting there a rather different way.
Greening added: "We have got a great team here, a great squad, a great team spirit. Everyone gets on really well with each other and I think it shows the way we celebrate goals.
"I wasn't part of the squad that came up before, because I signed in the summer but I think we are maybe a bit better prepared for the Premier League, given the way we play.
"You saw against Portsmouth [in the FA Cup semi-final] that we played really well on the day. We know we can do really well against teams in the top flight.
"I think the gaffer has probably got his ideas on where he wants to strengthen in the summer and who he wants to bring in, but I am sure the nucleus of the squad will be staying the same because the manager likes the way we play.
"The players we have got, the bargains like Roko [Robert Koren], Zolly [Zoltan Gera] and Roman [Bednar] have been brilliant buys.
"I am sure there will be a few foreigners that he is after and that maybe people aren't aware of but if they are anything like Roko, they will be great business.
"I think he will probably go for a few experienced players as well. It will be an interesting summer. It will be interesting to see if the chairman backs the gaffer to the full.
"We hope he does that. Getting to the Premier League, there is only one league to play in.
"I've had two years of Coca-Cola Championship football so it will be nice to get back in the Premier League and stay there for a few years."