Promotion is that bit closer to being secured, but West Bromwich Albion striker Ishmael Miller wants another title-winners’ medal.
The Baggies forward was a member of the side which won the title under Tony Mowbray two years ago with 81 points.
Roberto Di Matteo’s men are eight points shy of that target with nine games to play.
With third-placed Nottingham Forest eight points behind – they still have to play leaders Newcastle – and Albion due to host Preston and Coventry in their next two games, Miller knows promotion is within sight.
“We’re not really watching Forest,” said Miller.
“We just want to win this league and hopefully we can do that.
“We’ve got nine games left and we just want to win all nine. We know if we do that we will definitely be in the Premier League next season so that’s what we’re focusing on.
“We don’t want to be thinking ‘we’ll win the next two’ then take our foot off the pedal. We’ve got nine games left and let’s try to win them all.
“We’ve just got to concentrate on ourselves because we know, if we put on a good performance, we are capable of beating any team in this league.
“So hopefully we can go out with the same sort of mindset we’ve shown in the last three games and hopefully come away with the three points.
“At home we should really be the ones to fear. We’re not supposed to fear them, they’re supposed to fear us and if we go into that game with that mindset hopefully we can get three points from it.”
Miller has scored twice in two games of late following his return from injury.
He hopes to continue his run going into the final few games of the campaign.
The first goal, he claims, was pivotal to his recovery from the long-term knee injury which kept him sidelined for 15 months.
“I did snatch at a few chances when I first came back but it’s all about getting into the swing of things,” he continued.
“This is a hard league and it’s so physical because there are so many games.
“I still felt stiff on Tuesday and we had a game but I wanted to get on the pitch.
“I know I will get chances and it’s just a matter of whether it goes in or not and luckily at the moment they’re going in.
“Hopefully I can keep going and get to the destination that I feel my career is going and where my ability can take me to.
‘‘I always feel I am going to get chances in this team and I always feel I am going to score when I play.
“I feel good at this moment in time and the manager said he didn’t want to over-play me on Tuesday and it worked out great, so that’s a good bit of thinking from the manager and his backroom staff.’’