Leicester host Everton on Saturday in their final home match of the season and their first since being crowned Premier League champions on Monday evening.
And while the focus remains on the post-match celebrations, where captain Wes Morgan will lift the league trophy, you can rest assured that Claudio Ranieri, pragmatic as ever, is focused on one thing: winning.
If you’re expecting a fully-rotated side because the job is done, think again. FWA Player of the Year Jamie Vardy will return to the starting line-up following his two-match suspension.
Two players who will miss out, however, are Robert Huth and Danny Drinkwater. German defender Huth was handed a three-match ban for pulling Marouane Fellaini’s hair in last weekend’s 1-1 draw at Old Trafford. Drinkwater will serve his suspension having been sent off during the same game.
Ranieri also hinted at a return for midfielder Matty James, who has been at the club since 2012, but has yet to feature for the Foxes this season due to injury.
For the Toffees, a mid-table finish is the best they can hope for, and under-fire manager Roberto Martinez has urged his side to put in a shift against the “deserved winners of the league”.
Gerard Deulofeu is set to miss the remainder of the season with a knee problem, while Phil Jagielka is carrying a hamstring injury and is unlikely to feature but Gareth Barry and Seamus Coleman could return. Tim Howard is expected to keep his place in goal, as his career on Merseyside draws to a close.