Tottenham host Southampton on Monday evening, a week after their fiery 2-2 draw at Stamford Bridge that confirmed Leicester City as Premier League champions.
Despite missing out on their first Premier League title, Spurs' campaign can only be viewed as a successful one. Now, Mauricio Pochettino will want his side to finish on a high by securing second place ahead of north London rivals Arsenal.
Given their vastly superior goal difference, Pochettino's team require just three points from their next two games to be confirmed runners-up.
Striker Harry Kane leads the way in the race for the Golden Boot. His tally of 25 is two better than Manchester City's Sergio Aguero and three better than Leicester's Jamie Vardy.
Dele Alli will miss the game through suspension. The PFA Young Player of the Year is serving a three-match band for punching West Brom's Claudio Yacob.
Spurs are also likely to be without Mousa Dembele, the central midfielder has been charged by the FA for an eye-gauge on Diego Costa. Toby Alderweireld and Danny Rose are also doubtful having picked up injuries against Chelsea.
Given Leicester's remarkable success, it's easy to overlook the achievements of Ronald Koeman's Saints side this season. They occupy seventh position in the table, ahead of Liverpool and Chelsea, just three points behind fifth-placed Manchester United.
Back-to-back 4-2 victories over Aston Villa and City should serve as a warning sign to the hosts, as should the form of striker Shane Long.
The Irishman has three goals and three assists in his last four matches. Koeman has a fully fit squad to choose from, with Jay Rodriguez expected to get another run out following his long-awaited return to injury last month.