Sir Alex Ferguson insists Manchester United will not ease off even if they clinch their 20th league title against Aston Villa on Monday.
Manchester City's stunning late collapse at Tottenham has set up a party to remember at Old Trafford.
For whilst United have plenty of opportunities to seal their latest championship success should they fail against Villa, the idea of confirming their status as England's top dogs in front of their own fans is particularly appealing.
However, even after the champagne corks have been popped, Ferguson will keep his men driving on, eager to eclipse the Premier League points record of Jose Mourinho's Chelsea, who amassed 95 points in 2005.
"There won't be any slacking off," Ferguson said.
"(The record) is not beyond us at all. Can Manchester United win five games in a row? How many times have we done that?"
Man United vs Aston Villa Starting XIs:
Man United: De Gea, Evans, Evra, Rafael, Jones, Valencia, Rooney, Giggs, Carrick, Van Persie, Kagawa.
Subs: Ferdinand, Lindegaard, Hernandez, Nani, Welbeck, Cleverley, Buttner.
Aston Villa: Guzan, Lowton, Vlaar, Baker, Bennett, Westwood, Delph, N’Zogbia, Weimann, Agbonlahor, Benteke.
Subs: Given, Holman, Sylla, El Ahmadi, Bent, Bowery, Clark.
Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert wants to spoil Manchester United's title party by preventing them from winning the Barclays Premier League title.
The Red Devils can lift the trophy with victory at Old Trafford after rivals Manchester City lost to Tottenham on Sunday.
Villa, meanwhile, remain entrenched in the relegation battle as the scrap for survival intensifies. However, they have timed a run of form nicely, picking up 10 points from their last five games and Lambert sees no reason why they cannot take something from the game.
"We'll go and try and win, I've never deviated from that," said the Scot. "Any games that we've played in we've gone to try and win, but you also know that you've got to respect the opposition you're playing against. Manchester United are the best team in the country at the minute."
Monday's Premier League Fixture
Man United vs Aston Villa
Sunday's Premier League Results
Saturday's Premier League Results